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Fairtrade Organic September

Did you know that over 50% of Fairtrade farmers choose to grow their produce organically? By working with nature they protect the environment and themselves from harmful chemicals, and they can improve their livelihoods, as they often get a better price too.

We’re celebrating Organic September with our friends over at the Soil Association by sharing ten of our favourite Fairtrade and organic products over on our blog. With over 1000 available it was really hard to choose!

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Easyjet now offering Clipper Fairtrade Teas

  Six organic and Fairtrade teas from Clipper’s portfolio is now available to over 90 million passengers annually. Not only is the tea organic it will also be served in cups made from plants not plastic. The plastic-free cups are fully compostable, made from sustainably-sourced card and lined with plant-based PLA. Clipper never uses bleach to whiten the bag and is working to develop a fully-biodegradable, GM-free tea bag from solely plant-based materials.

Founded in Dorset in 1984 and now the world’s largest Fairtrade tea brand, Clipper is thrilled to be supplying easyJet and looking forward to seeing Clipper’s Fairtrade tea served in the skies for the first time.”

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Fairtrade Easter Eggs………

Still on the hunt for an Easter egg? Well look no further! We’ve rounded up a selection of some of our Fairtrade favourites for you.

Choose Fairtrade this Easter and you’re closing the door on exploitation by supporting farmers and workers in their fight for a fairer deal. Through Fairtrade, thousands of cocoa farmers are earning their way out of poverty and transforming their futures by investing in vital training and better equipment so they can grow and sell more cocoa on fairer terms.

So if you’re planning on celebrating Easter by sharing a chocolate egg or two, take a look at this cracking line-up…

Aldi Single Origin Egg
A dark and milk chocolate egg printed with beautiful designs inspired by Peru and Ghana.£4.99

Where to buyfind your nearest Aldi store here.

Divine Tangy Orange Easter Egg
Divine have added two delicious new flavours of Easter eggs to their range this year – Tangy Orange and Mint Crisp. £4.99

Where to buyDivine’s online shop, Waitrose, Oxfam, Traidcraft, Ocado and many independent shops.

Co-op Irresistible Single Origin Ecuadorian Milk Chocolate Cocoa Pod
New from Co-op and voted best milk chocolate egg in a blind tasting by Good Housekeeping. Comes with milk truffles. £7

Where to buyfind your nearest Co-op store here.

Meaningful Chocolate Company, The Real Easter Egg
This special edition egg comes with an orange milk chocolate bar, a storybook about Easter and a cross keyring made from olive wood. £9.99

Where to buy: Traidcraft, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose and many independent shops.

Plamil Dairy Free Chocolate Egg
With all the deliciousness of milk chocolate without the dairy, this organic vegan egg is gluten and nut free and has ditched the plastic packaging too! £3.99

Where to buy: Plamil’s online shop, Holland & Barrett, Ethical Superstore.