1. Mira Fair Trade

    www.ShopMira.comPittsburgh, PA, United States

    Our Fair Trade business works directly with the underprivileged artisans in developing countries, helping artisans develop skills and resources to improve their lives.

  2. Momentum

    www.ourmomentum.comBoulder, CO, United States

    A Fair Trade boutique featuring an array of handicrafts from every corner of the globe. Specializes in fairly traded toys, jewelry, and home furnishings.

  3. MOTIF

    www.motifltd.comRoyal, IL

    New line via fast & friendly distributor MINGA Fair Trade Imports. On trend, well priced totes, jewelry and accessories showcasing traditional skills and eye-catching materials of Bangladesh.

  4. My Neighbor and Me

    www.myneighborandme.comBerryville, VA

    A fair trade gift shop dedicated to selling hand-crafted goods created by marginalized producers of the Global South while providing a fun environment.

  5. Neev

    www.neev.lifeSan Jose, CA

    Lifestyle Creations for a Conscious Discerning World! Ethical. Sustainable. Handcrafted. Our sumptuous home furnishings and personal accessories are hand dyed and woven using eco-friendly yarns and botanical dyes by skilled Indian artisans in cooperatives owned and operated by them. Neev is a certified B Corp giving back most profits to empower women.

  6. One World Fair Trade

    www.oneworldfairtrade.netHealdsburg, CA, United States

    A unique gift shop fully committed to Fair Trade. We specialize in unique, handmade products from artisans in the developing world.

  7. One World Projects

    www.oneworldprojects.netBatavia, NY, United States

    Imports and distributes Fair Trade crafts handmade by artisans in more than 25 developing countries, providing viable economic alternatives while promoting social and environmental responsibility.

  8. Otavalito

    www.otavalito.comSaugatuck, MI

    A Fair Trade marketplace since 1986, featuring handmade crafts of Quichua artisans from the Andes of Ecuador, South America. Please visit our Web site.

  9. Partners for Just Trade

    www.partnersforjusttrade.orgSt. Louis, MO

    Partners for Just Trade is a non-profit organization that builds partnerships between producers living in poverty and consumers in North America. We address root causes of poverty through Fair Trade sales, education, solidarity, and a commitment to trade justice. We work with 20 artisan groups in 3 countries - Peru, Haiti and Cambodia. The fair wages the artisans receive enables them to afford food, shelter and medicine for their families, to educate their children and to reclaim personal dignity so they may assert their economic, political and social rights.

  10. Pueblito

    www.pueblito.caToronto, ON, Canada

    Design and wholesale handmade, eco-friendly, Fair Trade jewelry and handcrafts from Columbia. Uses natural, biodegradable materials. Jewelry and crafts made from Tagua nuts.

  11. Reach and Teach

    www.reachandteach.comSan Mateo, CA

    Books, toys, puzzles, games, and fair-trade gifts that promote a more peaceful, sustainable, and inclusive world. Our carefully curated products will bring a smile to your face and joy to those with whom you share them.

  12. Revy Fair Trade Products

    www.revydirect.comCleveland, OH, United States

    We approach nature as we do our El Salvadoran artisans—with an emphasis on sustainability." Offers fairly traded products helping both the women of developing countries and the planet."

  13. Satch & Sol

    www.satchsol.comSeattle, WA, United States

    For the love of family and Earth, Satch & Sol partners with artisan cooperatives worldwide to offer a handmade collection and support Fair Trade principles.

  14. Seven Hopes United

    www.sevenhopesunited.comSan Francisco, CA, United States

    "An ethical Fair Trade store, we sell Fair Trade crafts, handmade sustainable products, and charitable gifts that give back from around the globe."

  15. Shopping for a Change

    shoppingforachange.org/San Mateo, CA

    Shopping for a Change®, a web-based non-profit organization, is a fair trade marketplace where artisans, predominantly women from developing countries, sell their handmade creations, enabling them to earn a sustainable income and lift themselves from poverty. Our net proceeds subsidize community improvement projects abroad as well as help fund select U.S.-based charities.