1. A Thread of Hope Guatemalan Fair Trade

    www.athreadofhope.coopEasthampton, MA

    Weavings, beaded jewelry, and so much more! Beautiful and meaningful! Supporting Mayan artisans. Beautiful high-quality handwoven bamboo, chenille, cotton scarves, ponchos, handbags, accessories. Beaded jewelry. Coconut shell jewelry. Baskets. Camera straps. Guitar straps. Ornaments. And more. A social-worker-owned business working directly with indigenous Mayan artisan cooperatives, groups, and families on a Fair Trade basis. Scholarships and social projects. Retail. Wholesale. Consignment sales for fundraising. Special orders welcome.

  2. African Market Baskets

    www.AfricanMarketBaskets.comBoulder, CO

    Imports and wholesales fairly traded African market baskets, working directly with weavers in Ghana. Proceeds contribute to health care, education, and community buildings for weavers and their families. For wholesale orders: [email protected]

  3. Alter Eco

    www.altereco-usa.comSan Francisco, CA, United States

    Alter Eco is a pioneer of globally crafted organic foods, including delicious Swiss-made chocolate bars and truffles, Bolivian Royal quinoa, heirloom Thai rice and Mascobado cane sugar. All Alter Eco products are USDA Certified Organic, Fair Trade Certified, Carbon Neutral Certified, Non-GMO Project Verified and Certified Gluten-Free. As a certified Benefit Corporation, Alter Eco operates on four pillars: sourcing using Fair Trade principles, producing of only organic and non-GMO foods, creating minimal waste by working toward 100 percent compostable packaging, and offsetting carbon emissions. These principals are entwined with Alter Eco’s commitment to the highest quality ingredients and taste in all its products.

  4. Artisans' World Marketplace

    www.artisansworldmarketplace.comSarasota, FL, United States

    Provides a concrete way to respond to global problems of poverty, hunger, and environmental degradation through a nonprofit retailer and Fair Trade network.

  5. Belart LLC

    www.belartes.comBennington, VT, United States

    Tradition is to Community, what Memory is to Individuals... Belart cares about traditions, creating beautiful jewelry while supporting and empowering women's lives through Fair Trade

  6. Buy The Change

    www.buythechangeusa.comMonroe, MI, United States

    Buy The Change is a registered BCorp working to bring economic empowerment to marginalized women around the world. We partner with independent women artisans, cooperatives and social enterprises to bring their handmade items to the American market. Retail and Wholesale.

  7. Cafe Mam - Royal Blue Organics

    www.cafemam.comEugene, OR

    100% organic and Fair Trade Certified. High-altitude arabica beans are shade-grown by Mayan farmers in Chiapas, Mexico. 2% of sales donated to pesticide reform.

  8. Colores del Pueblo

    www.coloresdelpueblo.orgMidland, TX

    We have been working with artisan cooperatives in Guatemala since 1997. These talented artisans are weavers, basket makers, and woodworkers. They create beautifully designed products from ethnic clothing, accessories, hand-woven fabrics by-the-yard, home decor, folk art and many more treasures!

  9. Divine Chocolate

    www.divinechocolateusa.comWashington, DC, United States

    Farmer-owned Fair Trade chocolate company. Made with only the finest Fair Trade cocoa from the farmers in Ghana who co-own the brand.

  10. Dsenyo - Fair Trade Gifts

    www.dsenyo.comLafayette, CO

    Fabulous Gifts for all: jewelry, aprons, skirts, handbags, toys and home decor. Your purchase helps women and artisans work their way out of poverty.

  11. Dunia Marketplace

    www.duniamarketplace.comBoise, ID

    A Fair Trade import store located in Boise's historic North End neighborhood, dedicated to bringing hope and dignity to artisans around the world.

  12. dZi, Inc.

    www.dzi.comEasthampton, MA

    An innovative collection of decorative gifts, chimes, fine jewelry and other meditative products, inspired and handmade by Tibetan and Himalayan artisans in India and Nepal.

  13. Eighth Wonder, Inc.

    www.heirloomrice.comUlm, MT, United States

    Our sales of heirloom rice support the cultural integrity of indigenous farmers, sustainable agriculture, and the preservation of globally significant high-elevation terraces. "A gourmet experience direct from nature®."

  14. Equal Exchange

    www.equalexchange.coopWest Bridgewater, MA

    Our motto is Small farmers. Big change. because Equal Exchange has been championing Fair Trade with co-operatives of small scale farmers since 1986. Today our worker co-operative is North America's largest Fair Trade organization and our imports help sustain 75 farmer co-ops in 30 countries. We offer a range of excellent organic coffee, tea, chocolates, candy bars, cocoa, sugar, nuts, and olive oil. We offer a Green Fundraising program for schools and a special wholesale program for congregations. Online retail sales available at Shop.EqualExchange.com

  15. Expo Peru Collection / Divas Fair Trade

    www.divasfairtrade.comNorwood, MN, United States

    Working directly with our producers we can offer you a 100%Natural Wool Stuffed Animals, handwoven Geo-cuff and belts made by a family of indigenous weavers from Chiapas, Mexico.