What are the main Fairtrade products in Australia?
In Australia, the main Fairtrade Certified products available are chocolate, coffee, tea, cotton, and on a smaller scale, sports balls, rice, quinoa and most recently roses.
Does Australia do Fairtrade?
In Australia and New Zealand, there are almost 3,000 Fairtrade-certified products on the market, including everything from tea, coffee, wine, chocolate and cotton through to Fairtrade gold, skin care products, sports balls and even gin.
What big companies use Fairtrade?
Businesses supporting Fairtrade Fortnight range from pioneering Fairtrade brands such as Clipper, Cafédirect, Green & Black’s and Divine Chocolate, through to Ben & Jerry’s, major brands such as Cadbury Dairy Milk, high street retailers including Sainsbury’s and the Co-operative, which both stock branded and own-label …
What companies do Fairtrade?
Here are some of our favourite fair trade brands in the UK.
- FAIR SQUARED.
- Seed and Bean Chocolate.
- Clipper Teas Organic Everyday Teas.
- People Tree.
- Bird & Wild.
- Dip & Doze.
- Lebrusan Studio.
What is the most popular Fairtrade product?
Learn more about the leading Fairtrade products below.
- Bananas. A go-to snack for people on the run, bananas are a supermarket staple.
- Cocoa. Chances are you ate some this week – the world loves cocoa, but wouldn’t love the conditions of many of those who grow it.
How big is the Fairtrade market in Australia?
The LOHAS market is substantial, and is growing at more than 20% annually. In Australia it is conservatively estimated to be worth $31 billion by end 2012. In New Zealand recognition of Fairtrade has risen to 51%.
What are five Fairtrade companies?
Here are a few companies that exercise Fair Trade in popular goods:
- Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream.
- Fair Indigo.
- Fairhills Wine.
- Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
- Theo Chocolate.
- Blends for Life.