Moomah the Magazine
Discover & Learn
  • Meet the Makers: A Travel Journal Meet the Makers: A Travel Journal

    In the search for handmade pieces to sell in their online marketplace, Lauren and Hannah from The Little Market travel the world to meet with local artisan women who are working to support their families and gain access to a bigger marketplace. This March they took a trip to Guatemala to meet with local artisan group, Wakami. Take a look at the travel diary Lauren and Hannah shared with us, showing photos of their trip to Guatemala and giving us a behind the scenes look at the Wakami women hard at work.

  • Make Nice Mission: Supermarket Scavenger Hunt Make Nice Mission: Supermarket Scavenger Hunt

    Our Fair Trade Supermarket Scavenger Hunt helps children identify fair trade labels, learn what they mean, and understand why they're so important. Buying fair trade products is the first step to teaching our children how to become responsible consumers. When we "vote with our dollars" we're not only saying “yes” to the product, but we're also saying “yes” to the way the product is made. Purchasing products with a fair trade label ensures that we are supporting items that have been produced in an ethical manner from farmers and workers who are well treated and well compensated for their time.

  • Fair Trade Summer RoundUp Fair Trade Summer RoundUp

    Every product on this summer round-up is fair trade and ethically made by businesses that care enough to give back. Browse through our summer finds and shop at our favorite ethical online shops.

  • Make Nice Mission: Where Was Your Shirt Made? Make Nice Mission: Where Was Your Shirt Made?

    Did you know that fair trade products go beyond fruits and vegetables in the grocery store and can include our clothes? T-shirts, socks, underwear, bed linen and bath towels can all be made out of cotton - a material that is sourced by farmers. Just like our fruits and vegetables, cotton is grown in fields and requires hard working farmers to grow and harvest the material and trade it in return for money. Unfortunately, a lot of cotton farmers in developing countries receive low prices for their cotton and find it hard to compete with other farmers in more developed countries.

  • Healthy Child Healthy World: Natural Cleaners Healthy Child Healthy World: Natural Cleaners

    We often use cleaning products that we find in our local store as they are easy to find, cheap, and they make our domestic lives easier. However, some of these chemical-based products can come with high costs to the health of our families and our environment. There are growing numbers of natural cleaning products now available in stores but in the end it might be just as easy to make some ourselves.

Subscribe Now

Get each new issue of

Moomah the Magazine

delivered to you every fortnight

For Free!

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram
  • RSS
skip to site