64 Member Organisations
African Moringa Ltd. is committed to offering the highest quality organic Moringa, Macadamia, Neem, and Mondia whitei products; meeting your need for excellent service, and the farmers’ needs for reliable, sustainable trade at fair prices.
Dos Mundos is an ethical retail shop which has been trading in Scotland for 10 years, predominantly offering contemporary fair trade clothing to the High Street.
Earth Squared have worked closely with fair trade accredited partners in Vietnam for the past 19 years to ensure fair trade criteria are embedded into everyday working life and to create a range of contemporary, stylish and affordable fashion accessories.
Fair Trade is what we do now and what we were created for. To develop products that enable marginalised farmers to get their goods into our competitive markets in a sustainable way but also to connect consumers with what they eat and drink.
Relying on our strong connections within the global food sector, we help small farmer communities and indigenous communities to develop and launch locally, sustainable (organic, fair trade) produced products on international markets. We are committed to ensuring that a majority of the wealth generated by these products stays in the countries of origin.
Ferry Row B&B holds the Green Tourism Gold Award. We aim to use and serve Fair Trade foods, bedlinen, furnishings and cleaning materials whenever possible.
Gogo Olive creates employment for Zimbabwean women. Shop with purpose. Change lives.
Wholesaler of ethically sourced food and drink based in Glasgow. Nourishing change since 1978.
Buying fairtrade Palestinian crafts from our shop helps to sustain infrastructures, as many of the producer groups also provide health, education and emergency services in their communities which lack any form of local government which might do this.
A social action business that promotes and platforms fair and ethical trade through events, be it concerts, fashion shows, conferences and/or festivals.
A workers co-operative situated in the city of Inverness. We supply vegetarian, vegan, organic, ethical and environmentally friendly food, drinks and household products to the Highlands, islands and north-east Scotland.
JTS: Fair Food, Fine Food – empowerment and education through delicious developing world foods, including the highly versatile Kilombero rice from Malawi. Join us in taking the 90kg Rice Challenge.
The African lifestyle brand economically empowering refugees and Malawians alike. Our skilled artisans transform colourful chitenje (traditional fabric used throughout East Africa) to create a curated collection of handcrafts that come with stories of resilience and opportunity.
Koolskools (KS) is the UK’s leading supplier of quality, affordable Fairtrade cotton school uniform. KS also provide free Fairtrade education for their client schools.
NorthLink Ferries’ commitments to Fair Trade include the provision of Fairtrade coffee, tea and sugar sourced from Aberdeen-based Caber Coffee, Fairtrade bananas supplied by JW Gray in Kirkwall and Strachans in Aberdeen and the introduction of new staff polo shirts manufactured from Fairtrade cotton.
We have been trading in Edinburgh for over 30 years, selling a beautiful range of fair trade gifts, homeware and food, we also provide education services.
Offering a wide selection of unusual Fair Trade and Ethically sourced gifts, home ware and accessories from around the globe.
A group of committed individuals helping to make Fair Trade easy for Paisley and Renfrewshire which in turn makes life better for our producers.
With over 195 convenience stores offering great value and customer service in local communities, Scotmid Co-operative actively supports Fairtrade throughout Scotland.
Shared Interest is an ethical investment organisation which aims to alleviate poverty by helping people in remote and disadvantaged communities to trade and earn a living.
STC Expeditions are the leading UK school expedition company in responsible travel. We organise bespoke and ethical overseas school expeditions, educational journeys and specialist Fair Trade School trips.
Met with indigenous tribes, women’s groups, traditional weavers, leather-workers, musical instrument makers and many other craftspeople and over time developed lasting business relationships with them. They place emphasis on fair trade, mutual respect and sustainability, and by cutting out the middlemen, have been able to find a competitive niche in the UK craft market.
Co-op have supported Fairtrade for over 25 years. It’s our goal to make it easier for you to support farmers, workers and their communities around the world who grow produce and ingredients for Co-op products, with every shop.
We work with communities in Ghana where women harvest shea nuts to produce butter, which is then handcrafted into luxurious products by our workers from disadvantaged communities in Scotland. As we pay fair wages and return profits into valuable education and community development programmes, buying carishea products make a difference to all.
We work directly with smallhold Swahili farmers in Zanzibar to ensure the equity and their single origin fairtrade spices, meaning we empower them to set their own prices and therefore control the quality and integrity of their own products.
As a Fair Trade business Yho!Yho! is committed to fair and transparent trading practices. We adhere strictly to the 10 principles of Fair Trade advocated by the World Fair Trade Forum WFTO include: Promoting opportunities for disadvantaged producers, Fair wages and working practices, Accountability and Respect for the Environment.
Zaytoun is a Community Interest Company and social enterprise inspired by Palestinian culture, communities and cuisine.They exist to support Palestinian farmers through fair trade – 100% of our profits are reinvested towards delivering this mission.
A church that has been in Aberdeen since 1833 and as part of UK Unitarianism places great emphasis on freedom, reason and toleration in religion.
Inverkip Church in Inverclyde, established in 1188, has around 300 members and became a Fair Trade Church in May 2017.
St Silas has been running a regular fair trade stall for over twenty years and has been a Fairtrade Church for 16 years. We aim to encourage the church to consider fair trade beyond buying from the stall by hosting occasional specific events and including interviews in the services during Fairtrade Fortnight and through regular posts on the church Facebook group.
For many years now we have pursued ecological concerns: we are a designated Eco-congregation and have twice gained an eco-congregation award. This reflects a regular focus in worship and the congregation’s newsletter on environmental and other justice themes; our commitment to fair trade; a concern for ethical investment and energy-saving and recycling
Colleges and Universities
The City of Glasgow College assigns great importance to the College’s role within the international community and its obligations to encourage ethical dealings at all levels. Achieving Fair Trade status demonstrates the City of Glasgow College’s commitment to improving conditions for producers and workers in the developing world and complements the College’s sustainable development and Corporate Social Responsibility agenda.
GCU has a longstanding commitment to Fairtrade. It was first accredited as a Fairtrade University in 2012, and in partnership with GCU Students’ Association has achieved a 1 Star award in the Fairtrade Universities and Colleges Award.
Students from the Faculty of Supported Learning at New College Lanarkshire have been involved in various Fair Trade events and initiatives, and the College supports Fair Trade.
The University of Edinburgh has been a Fairtrade University since 2004, and is committed to sourcing fair trade products and carrying out awareness raising activities.
The University achieved full Fairtrade reaccreditation in 2017. A Fairtrade Steering Group consisting of representatives from the Environment Team, the Students Association and Catering teams is now working on the creation of a joint set of Fairtrade Policy statements.
The University of Dundee assigns great importance to its role within the international community, and therefore is committed to supporting initiatives which promote and sustain various fairer trade alternatives.
A Fairtrade University since 2006, we work closely with the Fairtrade Town Campaign to raise awareness and increase availability of Fairtrade products in St Andrews.
Aberdeen was the first city in Scotland to achieve Fairtrade status in 2004.
The council passed a resolution back in November 2013 to support Fairtrade. A number of towns and villages right across Aberdeenshire have achieved and renewed Fairtrade status including Stonehaven, Inverurie, Alford, Huntly, Mid Formartine and, Peterhead and Buchan.
Dumfries and Galloway became a Fairtrade zone in October 2017 through the combined efforts of ourselves, Loch Arthur Camphill Community (our Fairtrade Employer Champion) and Fairtrade campaigners from Castle Douglas, Dumfries, Dunscore, Kirkcudbright and Wigtown.
Dundee is a Fair Trade city, and Dundee City Council is committed to promoting and raising awareness of Fair Trade.
Fairtrade Zone status for East Ayrshire on 7th October 2016.
East Dunbartonshire Council has supported fair trade for over a decade, counting Fair Trade Nurseries among our pioneering activities. We are proud to be members of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum.
The district has been a recognised Fairtrade area since 2013 and the latest extension secured by the council will run until 2023. The status acknowledges the work locally, including by the Inverclyde Fairtrade Steering Group led by retired school teacher Morag Paul.
North Lanarkshire has been awarded North Lanarkshire Fairtrade Zone Status in recognition of the support and awareness the local schools, churches, businesses and communities have given to Fairtrade products.
Perth and Kinross has been at the forefront of the Fairtrade Towns movement in Scotland. Aberfeldy became the first Fairtrade Town in Scotland in 2002 and Kinross-shire became the first Fairtrade County in Scotland in August 2005. Perth became a Fairtrade City in 2005.
Renfrewshire achieved Fairtrade Zone status in 2009, after a campaign led by Renfrewshire Council and involving local Fairtrade groups, schools, churches and businesses.
South Lanarkshire is a FairTrade zone. In February 2020, South Lanarkshire renewed its Fairtrade Zone status.
West Lothian is a Fairtrade Zone with four Fairtrade Towns (Bathgate, Linlithgow, Livingston, Whitburn). The county also has a Fairtrade Village, in Uphall and a mini Fairtrade Zone in Fauldhouse and Breich Valley.
BAFTS Fair Trade Network UK is a network of independent shops and suppliers dedicated to promoting Fair Trade retail in the UK. BAFTS provides a structure of accountability to its members who adhere to the 10 Principles of Fair Trade as set out by the World Fair Trade Organisation (WFTO).
BAFTS works with UK-based independent shops and suppliers who partner with disadvantaged producer groups. BAFTS offers a way that they can have their commitment to Fair Trade recognised and be a part of the wider Fair Trade movement and community. Membership is determined by peer-to-peer assessment which takes place annually and ensures that members can provide evidence of their fulfilment of the 10 Principles of Fair Trade.
Aberdeen for a Fairer World MDEC hosts stalls selling fair trade products around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. We have had stalls at the University of Aberdeen, Seaton Park, Tarland, and more. Volunteers play a vital role in growing our ability to provide these stalls, helping to raise awareness about fair trade throughout the city.
The Justice and Peace Commission advises the of the Scottish Roman Catholic Bishops on justice, peace, fair trade and human rights, and promotes action.
SSVP Scotland seeks to identify and combat all forms of poverty by actively working with those in need.
SFRS supports Fair Trade initiatives and is a member of the Scottish Fair Trade Forum. We will promote the use of fair trade (or equivalent) products across the service and raise awareness of fair trade amongst employees. We will, to the extent permitted by EU procurement legislation, account for Fair Trade and similar initiatives in relevant procurement activity.