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Celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with ethical marketplace and bespoke gifting business Social Supermarket


Fairtrade Fortnight takes place from 21st February until 6th March and Social Supermarket has rounded up its Fairtrade social enterprise brands for those looking to support Fairtrade during this time. Whether through household purchases by individuals or team gifts and company procurement, every Fairtrade and social enterprise product bought helps to contribute to positive changes in the world.

From FAIR. Drinks, the world’s first Fairtrade spirits brand, to NEMI Teas, which provides employment to refugees thanks to its organic, Rainforest Alliance-certified specialist teas in plastic-free tea bags – every item prioritises Fairtrade principles. 

The Social Enterprise Chocolate Taster Letterbox Gift by Social Supermarket with its contents around the box the gift comes in, including chocolate bars from Original Beans, Chocolate and Love and Divine Chocolate and two packs of Traidcraft shortbread biscuits.

The Social Enterprise Chocolate Taster Letterbox Gift, £15.99

Some Fairtrade brands feature exclusively in Social Supermarket gift boxes (rather than individual items) such as Traidcraft, who feature in The Social Enterprise Chocolate Taster, £15.99. Traidcraft helped to establish the Fairtrade movement in the 1980s and helped to set up fellow Fairtrade social enterprise, Cafédirect in 1991. Chocolate bars from Fairtade pioneers Divine Chocolate also feature exclusively  in the upcoming Social Supermarket gift.

Businesses interested in the #BuySocial movement can be sure they’re putting their money where their values are when they buy gifts and products for the office with Social Supermarket.

The Fairtrade Gin Celebration Gift Box,£66.99

Choosing Fairtrade means farmers receive fairer wages working in safer conditions, while shoppers can be sure they’re buying ethically produced, quality products. The Fairtrade Foundation was established in 1992, with the first Fairtrade Fortnight taking place 3 years later in 1995.

Meanwhile, buying from social enterprises helps to support the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, from empowering women and girls to ensuring clean water for all. Shop with social impact using Social Supermarket’s impact icons on site.

Shop by – Brands that make Charitable Contributions with every purchase

Shop by – Eco-Conscious Brands

Shop by – Brands that create Economic Empowerment for people who are typically marginalised

Shop by – Female-Led Businesses

Shop by – Brands that create Handmade products

Shop by – Brands that use Repurposed materials or ingredients to make their products

Shop by – Vegan Brands 

Shop all Fairtrade brands at Social Supermarket here.

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