Camden Fairtrade Network

Where can I buy Fairtrade products?

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Look for this Mark on Fairtrade products

Most supermarket chains now stock a good selection of Fairtrade products, as do shops specialising in organic produce or wholefoods.

With big names like Cadbury’s and Tate & Lyle increasing their commitment to Fairtrade, most food shops stock at least a couple of products bearing the FAIRTRADE Mark.

Check the Camden Fairtrade Directory for shops and cafés selling Fairtrade products or see the Fairtrade Foundation website for details of over 3000 products that are Fairtrade certified:

Fairtrade products can also be found in Oxfam shops and from organisations like Traidcraft – some products may not have the FAIRTRADE Mark but these organisations have been trading fairly for nearly 30 years. The consumer can trust these organisations because challenging poverty is their main purpose.


For Traidcraft products see

In addition to being able to buy Traidcraft products online or from Oxfam and other shops it is possible to buy them through Traidcraft Fair Traders or community groups with Trading or Catering Accounts.

Please contact us if you have such an account or would like to open one.

For other Alternative Trading Organisations (ATOs) purely dedicated to trading fairly and shops that sell fairly traded products without the FAIRTRADE Mark see the website of the World Fair Trade Association (WFTO) and the British Association for Fair Trade Shops (BAFTS)

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