October is Fairtrade Month

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Ok, folks. I’m a bit late with that information but here are some resources to help you buy more fairtrade products.

Think there’s only fairtrade coffee and chocolate? Think again. Here’s a list of products available with fairtrade certification. Keep an eye out for them at your favorite store.

Coffee
CoffeeCocoa
Chocolate
Cocoa

Dried Fruits & Vegetables
Dried Apricots
Dried Apples
Dried Bananas
Dried Dates
Dried Mangos
Dried Pineapples
Dried Raisins
Dried Tomatoes

Fresh Flowers and Plants
Single Stem Cut Flowers Bouquets Potted Plants and Trees Bulbs & Stems Cut Foliage

Fresh Fruit
Apples
Avocado
Bananas
Coconut
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Limes
Lychees
Mandarins
Mango
Nectarines
Oranges
Papaya
Passion Fruit
Peaches
Pears
Pineapples
Plaintains
Plums
Soft Citrus

Fresh Vegetables
Green Beans
Green Pepper
New Potatoes
Red Yellow Pepper

Fruit Juices
Apple Juice
Araza Pulp
Banana Puree
Grapefruit Juice
Guava Pulp
Lime Juice
Mandarin Juice
Mango Puree
Orange Juice
Pineapple Juice
Passion Fruit Juice
Honey

Nuts
Almonds
Peanuts
Macademia Nuts
Cashew Nuts
Amazonia Nuts
Sesame Seeds
Shea Butter
Apricot Seeds
Walnuts

Olives & Olive Oil

Quinoa

Seed Cotton

Soybean and Pulse

Spices & Herbs
Black Pepper
White Pepper
Ginger
Nutmeg
Mace
Turmeric
Clove
Cardamom
Cinnamon
Lemon verbena
Dill
Lemongrass
Orange leaves
Chamomile
Peppermint
Lemon balm
Borage
Basil
Celery
Oregano
Parsely
Rosemary
Hibiscus
ThymeSportsballs

Cane Sugar

Tea
Camellia Sinensis Tea
Rooibos Tea

Wine

Can’t find fairtrade products in your stores? Check these places for fairtrade products. I know these are all national chains. So if you have a local food coop or health food store, check there first. And always make sure to look for the fairtrade logo.

Fair Trade Certified products are served at many national cafes and restaurants:

Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops – Ask for Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee or Coffee Heath Bar Crunch ice cream.
Bruegger’s – Ask for their daily Fair Trade Certified brewed coffee.
Caribou Coffee – Ask for the Fair Trade Blend.
Dunkin’ Donuts – Order any hot or iced espresso drink.
Einstein Bagels – Ask for their Global Village Fair Trade Blend.
Indigo Coffee – Ask for their Global Village Fair Trade Blend.
Noah’s Bagels – Ask for their daily Fair Trade Certified brewed coffee.
Peet’s Coffee and Tea – Ask for the Fair Trade Blend.
Seattle’s Best Coffee – Ask for the Fair Trade Certified Organic French Roast.
Starbucks Coffee – Ask for Cafe Estima.
Tully’s Coffee – Order any hot or iced espresso drink.

Fair Trade Certified products are available at many retailers:

Costco – Look for Kirkland Signature FTC Coffee
Fred Meyer – Look for FTC coffee, chocolate, tea
Giant – Look for FTC flowers, coffee, tea, chocolate
Kroger – Look for FTC coffee, chocolate, tea
Organic Bouquet – Look for FTC flowers
Safeway – Look for FTC coffee, tea, sugar
Sam’s Club – Look for Member’s Mark® coffee, Neu Direction FTC wine, Peterson Farms FTC Sweetened Dried Triple Cherry & Cherry Berry Blend, FTC bananas, & online FTC flowers
Target – Look for Wandering Grape FTC wines, Archer Farms FTC coffee
Trader Joe’s – Look for FTC coffee and chocolate
Wal-Mart – Look for Sam’s Choice FTC coffee, Peterson Farms FTC Chocolate Covered Dried Cherries
Wegman’s – Look for FTC coffee, tea, chocolate, sugar
Whole Foods Market – Look for FTC coffee, tea, chocolate, wine, sugar, energy bars, body care products, flowers, rice

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