Posts in Category: Products


Elephant Paper Aqua Notebook

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When we say elephant paper, what we really mean is elephant poo paper!! It’s collected, boiled, dried and disinfected and then pulped together to make a soft-touch fibrous paper. Then it’s transformed into an amazing range of notebooks, photo albums and frames. Not only are these products fairly traded, they’re also great for the environment… Read more »

Felt Flower Bouquet

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Paper High have become great friends of Just Fair Trade over the last few years! We love their sari notebooks and their handcrafted paper, but we think this everlasting bouquet of felt flowers made from merino wool is the perfect Mothers Day present! The flowers are created in Nepal by women from some of the poorest communities…. Read more »

Grey Cameo Owl Grab Bag

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Manumit’s range of beautifully crafted bags and accessories have become firm favourites over the last few years, and this owl range has been particularly popular – we’re not sure what it is about owls, but any products featuring them seem to – ahem – fly off the shelves! These bags are made from cotton needlecord and… Read more »

We’re getting ready for a cracking Easter!

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Chocolate has always played a massive role in the life of Just and we love the fact that twice a year we can really indulge our passion for all things cocoa-based by piling the shop sky high with an amazing range of products! Over the last couple of years the Real Easter Eggs produced by… Read more »

Good neighbours become good friends!

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Here at Just we like to think of ourselves as good, if slightly nosey, neighbours! Having been part of the little retail community in St Martin’s Square for five years, we’re always keen to keep up with the comings and goings of the shops moving in and out. Imagine, then, our delight when we discovered,… Read more »

One Village Paradise Garden cushion cover

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One Village began in 1979 as an organisation providing marketing support for craftmakers  co-operatives in Asia and Africa, before ‘fair trade’ as we recognise it today really existed. Today, they retain this commitment to producers but with a focus on making their beautiful products available to consumers. Of the Paradise Garden cushion cover, they say:… Read more »

Cafe Direct One Acre Uganda Bushenyi Hills Tea

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Café Direct was one of the early fair trade pioneers, born out of a coffee crisis in 1989. They were the first coffee brand in the UK to carry the fair trade mark when it was launched in 1994 and today they continue to innovate and promote sustainable, positive approaches to business. This commitment to… Read more »

Clean and Fair lemon and lime multi-surface cleaner

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Palm oil is one of those products that’s become a little controversial. Often grown in places where it’s not indigenous, its production on huge plantations has been blamed for the destruction of whole ecosystems. However, Traidcraft, working with the Serendipalm co-operative in Ghana, has produced a fair trade, organic palm oil, grown on small-holder farms,… Read more »

Chocolate Week 2014

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It will come as no surprise to hear that when, in 2013, we discovered there’s a whole week dedicated to chocolate, we decided we had to be a part of it! Having caught on a bit late in the day last year, we were much more organised second time round, starting our planning over the… Read more »

The height of fashion!

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It’s been a couple of years since Just hosted a fashion show, so when we decided, back in the summer, that it was time to revisit a familiar event we wanted to make sure it would be an evening to remember! So on Saturday 11 October, around a hundred and fifty people converged on St… Read more »