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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.
 

FOR THE BEACH DWELLERS:

  

1. Wraparound Towel from Kara Weaves of Kerala. A wraparound sarong made of 100% cotton yarn by local weaving co-operatives in Kerala, India. Click here to buy >>

2. Beach Bag from Utala. Natural and sustainably sourced materials, handmade by artisans working in a small cooperative in Bangladesh. Click to buy >>

3. Beach Towel from The Little Market. Made from hand-spun and hand-dyed 100% Ethiopian cotton in Ethiopia using an ancient weaving Ethiopian technique by Woven Promises. Click to buy >>
 

  

4. Water Bottle from Utala. Eco-friendly water bottles hand made from high quality stainless steel. Ethically made in China, certified with the Green America Seal. Click to buy >>

5. Straw Hats from Goorin Brothers. A wide brimmed straw hat made in America. Click to buy >>

6. Gardenia Daily Body Serum from One Love. Certified cruelty free serum to keep skin smooth and hydrated. Made with fair trade ingredients. Click here to buy >>

FOR THE OUTDOOR ENTERTAINERS:

  

1. Placemats from Kara Weaves of Kerala. Table napkins made of 100% cotton yarn by local weaving co-operatives in Kerala, India. Click here to buy >>

2. Glass Pitchers from The Little Market. Handblown glassware made from recycled glass by Rose Ann Hall Designs in Mexico. Click here to buy >> 

3. Plates from Nkuku. Natural plates and bowls handmade out of natural wood, using traditional skills of artisans in Africa and India. Click here to buy >>

FOR THE LADIES:

  

1. Clutch from Kayu. Natural straw clutches with hand embroidered patterns. Kayu works with artisans in Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. Click to buy >>

2. Caftan from Far and Wide Collective. A lightweight coverup caftan made from the finest khadi cotton in India. Click to buy >>

3. Bracelets from Mercado Global. Handmade wrap bracelets made with silver beads and yarn by local artisans in Guatemala. Click to buy >>

FOR THE MEN:

  

1. Solar lamp from Waka Waka. A solar powered lamp that reduces burn risks, unhealthy side effects and carbon-emissions. Click to buy >>

2. Tee from Prana. 100% organic cotton and Fair Trade Certification. Click to buy >>

3. Sunglasses from Kayu. 100% UV gradient lenses framed in bamboo. Kayu works with artisans in Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. Click to buy >>

FOR THE KIDS:

  

1. Gardening Kit from Bella Luna Toys. Organic beans sold in recycled steel cases and made in the U.S. Click to buy >>

2. Sandbox from Bella Luna Toys. Outdoor sandbox with "Green Pint" environmental labeling mark, completely recyclable and made in the U.S. Click to buy >>

3. Dress from Under The Nile. Made from100% hand-picked organic Egyptian cotton and certified fair trade. Click to buy >>


FOR THE GARDEN:

  

1. Garden Path Lanterns from Nkuku. Recycled glass lantern within a wire holder, perfect for bringing light to the garden. Made using traditional skills of artisans in Africa and India. Click to buy >>

2. Chair Hammock from Yellow Leaf Hammocks. A 100% handwoven hammock made from yarn with rope straps made by hill-tribe artisans in rural northern Thailand. Click here to buy >>

3. Hamper from The Little Market. Made using locally grown millet stalks and recycled strips of plastic by artisans in Senegal. Click to buy >>

 

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT BUYING FAIR TRADE >>

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