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Fair Trade

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Fair Trade Products and Services available in Canada/Clarington


Post the Products, Companies, Location, and any interesting information about Fair Trade.

Comments (8)

Jaime Oliver said

at 6:18 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Okay so i was lurking around on google and i found like a super sweet website that has a bunch of stuff on free trade like products (like a huge list of all these different products), producers, how to get invovled, retail products, you can even search through products to find a certain one you're looking for.


i couldn't be too sure whether or not their available here per say, just thought it would be of help

Jaime Oliver said

at 6:34 pm on Feb 4, 2009

yeaaaaaah, did some more lurking, turns out you can order this products from online to be delivered right to your door ! How awesome right? And the contact information says they're based in London...

the website goes on to list how fair trade benefits their communities and their families, if you lurk around enough it's a really helpful website

Daniel Bailey said

at 8:34 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Fair Trade Certified Products in Canada

Currently in Canada you can find Fair Trade Certified bananas, cocoa products (such as chocolate, syrups, baked goods, frozen desserts and drinks), coffee, cotton, flowers, honey, quinoa, rice, shea butter, sugar, tea, spices, sports balls and wine.


Johnny Flute said

at 9:28 pm on Feb 4, 2009

http://www.planetfriendly.net/trade.html This website has a bunch of links to fair trade websites and it also has a pretty interesting poem at the bottom, check it out!

Cailin Whincop said

at 10:32 pm on Feb 4, 2009

These are the certified products in Canada

sports balls (e.g. soccer balls)
cocoa (includes chocolate)
cut flowers
green and black teas


larissa white said

at 11:07 pm on Feb 4, 2009

so, completely random, but most of the good sites were already mentioned that talk about fair trade.
but i know of 2 local stores where you can buy fair trade products, Rose's and Espresso Legato in downtown Bowmanville.
at rose's it has fair trade tea, chocolate and coffee, and quite possibly more stuff that i just don't know about, and at espresso, i know for sure that they sell fair trade coffee.
just throwin that out there!

Zach Spicer said

at 11:36 pm on Feb 4, 2009

Some fair trade products found in Canada are:
Fruit (bananas and mangos)
Cotton Garments
Sports balls

On the site TransFair Canada it shows you a lot about Fair Trade. It even gives you an option to search for fair trade products/businesses in your area. It also shows you a list of certified operators around the world..

Laura Bradshaw said

at 6:36 pm on Feb 5, 2009

ok, i found this website from the canadian government that says that these things are all fair trade certified:
sports balls (e.g. soccer balls)
cocoa (includes chocolate)
cut flowers
green and black teas

and i found a website with listed businesses that are located in toronto that have all fair trade products, most of them are coffee shops,

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