Hi-di-hi bags are eco friendly and vegan friendly. We have only had them in the shop for a couple of weeks but they are already proving very popular. They are made from an artificial leather, an exclusive leather look toxicRead more
Mowgs baskets was started by marketing professional Michal Simpson. A few years ago she was traveling through Asia and she came across a remote farming village in Myanmar ( Burma) where in the rainy season the villagers would weave traditional cane baskets.Read more
Esther is an inspirational women to spend time with, I was lucky enough to do that last week. One could say that she is a living example of women's empowerment. Esther is the chair of the Kabng'etuny Women in CoffeeRead more
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We get involved in all sorts of ways to promote fair trade
Our range of goods from fashion to food, socks to crocks is ever growing
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Since we set up Just… in Leicester in 2000, we’ve been promoting and selling the best that fairtrade can offer. But it’s more than just a shop, it’s our mission to make the benefits of fairtrade clearer to everyone. We just love ethical trading. Explore our site to find out more about what we do, and how you can help us too.
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The reusable eco cups are made from bamboo; the worlds fastest growing, most sustainable plant. The lid and sleeve are£8.95
Divine Chocolate was one of the very first Fairtrade chocolate brands and continues to blaze a trail with great new£From 90p
Thoughtfully designed ethical and eco clothing that fits perfectly and feels great. The contemporary collection of organic clothing is from