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MacroSun International - Fairtrade

MacroSun International provides unique, authentic pieces at prices fair to both artists and collectors. Their goal is to promote global peace by respecting our cultural differences and our common humanity -- by making individual connections heart-to-heart and family-to-family, not just nation-to-nation. MacroSun International has stores and online sales offering jewelry, apparel, artifacts, home decor, stationery, gifts, and sacred art from artisans of the Himalayas and beyond.

Earthlover - Fairtrade

Earthlover is founded on the principles of supporting their trading partners, and supporting sustainable practices. Earthlover offers earth-friendly products including clothing, bath and beauty items, home decor, toys, gardening items, and gifts. They are committed to fair trade practices with their vendors worldwide, which means they seek to support producers who are able to earn a living wage for their work, are offered equal employment opportunities for all -- especially the most disadvantaged, have healthy and safe working conditions, and where transparency and accountability are assured.

The Batik Boutique

The Batik Boutique promotes the ancient art form of batik by partnering with local communities in Southeast Asia to bring about holistic transformation. For each product sold, the company invests in community transformation projects in the communities they work in. They are carbon neutral and practice fair trade guidelines. Batik Boutique offers home goods, scarves, bags, travel accessories, and gifts that empower the people who make them.

Good Paper - Recycled Cards

Good Paper's mission is to restore the human spirit. To restore the humanity and beauty within each of us that gets so easily forgotten and tossed aside. They start with their cardmakers - women who have escaped sex trafficking in the Philippines and young adults orphaned by disease in Rwanda. The Rwandan cards are three-dimensional cutouts handcrafted in Rwanda from local Rwandan office waste, making it environmentally sustainable, too. The Philippine cards are handcrafted in the Philippines from a variety of handmade, recycled papers. All of the products from Good Paper are beautiful, wonderfully crafted, and very unique.

Nepalese Paper

Nepalese Paper was established in 1995 with the main objective of supporting the developing Nepalese traditional craft industry, thereby improving a family's standard of living in the rural and urban areas. Nepalese Paper has supported the same group since the company was founded. All of their handmade paper items are entirely tree-free and fair trade. They offer invitations, journals, photo albums, stationery, and more.

Yala Designs - Fair Trade Clothing

Yala Designs works with sustainable suppliers in China to produce a wide selection of women's clothing, baby clothing, and bedding made from bamboo and silk. Located in Ashland, Oregon, Yala is closely connected to the people who create them. Their Chinese partners are very proud to be part of a sustainable company. The bamboo crops used to make the clothing and bedding are certified organic by the USDA National Organic Program. Their BambooDreams® clothing and bedding is Oeko-Tex certified. This certification screens for harmful substances present in textiles. It guarantees the safety of fabric and dyes and is an additional assurance of environmentally friendly production methods. Yala Designs fabrics are dyed using only low impact, Azo-free dyes.

Creative Hand Nepal - Clothing and Gifts

Creative Hand Nepal is a movement of producers wholesalers, retailers and advocates working to promote social economic and environmental justice. Some of their principles of fair trade include fair wages, safe and healthy working conditions, financial and technical support, and respect for cultural identity. When you purchase from Creative Hand Nepal you join a network that enables village artisans to stay on their land and with their families to create unique lines of crafts and accessories. Creative Hand Nepal only sells products from suppliers who source products from local artists, communities, and craftsmen. They visit the producers regularly to inspect production conditions and to maintain personal relationships with the craftspeople. Nepal is famous for its wood carvings, cotton fabric, Nepalese paper, Tibetan handicrafts, Tibetan incense, Buddhist and Hindu statues, woolen items, and unique jewelry.

ONNO T-shirt Company

ONNO T-shirt Company has worked hard to make what they think is a pretty good t-shirt. All ONNO t-shirts are made from sustainable fibers: bamboo, hemp, and organic cotton. ONNO t-shirts are made in responsible workplaces in China where workers live close to the workplace and do not work overtime. ONNO partners with Made In A Free World to better understand and address supply chain labor risks. ONNO also purchases carbon offsets to balance the transportation of their products. ONNO t-shirts and long sleeve shirts are available for purchase online.

Just Apparel - Embroidered Clothing

Just Apparel partners with indigenous artisan women in Guatemala to produce customized, hand-embroidered sweatshirts, polos, t-shirts, and tote bags. Just Apparel lives up to their values by providing the workers with a living wage, a safe working environment, and allowing work from home. The Just Apparel Community Investment Program uses profits to fund community-wide health, education, and technology projects.

Indigenous Designs - Ethical and Eco-Friendly Fashion

Indigenous Designs has been a premium organic, fair trade apparel pioneer since 1994. The company employs thousands of artisans in the most remote regions of the world to produce clothing using the finest organic materials and practicing traditional knitting, weaving, and looming skills passed down over thousands of years. Indigenous offers contemporary women's, men's and children's clothing and accessories to online consumers and leading retailers in the U.S. and Canada. Products include tops, dresses, sweaters, skirts, pants, ponchos, and outerwear.

Maggie's Organics

Maggie's Organics offers organic clothing and apparel including socks, shirts, camisoles, scrunchies, polo shirts, t-shirts, bedding, underwear, and gloves. More importantly, Maggie's works diligently to make sure every product stands on its own merit. When you look behind the label, there are many great reasons to choose Maggie's. They pay their organic farmers a fair price -- and they actually get to know them. They treat their knitters, packagers, and the folks who load their trucks with dignity and respect. Maggie's believes these are the things that make a great pair of socks.

Kayoo Jewelry - Art from Bali

Kayoo Jewelry is a small company with a big heart. They bring you beautiful handcrafted wood & silver jewelry made by the artisans of Bali. Stunning works of art made in a happy environment, so that you can wear your handmade jewelry with pride, knowing that you are supporting an ethical business. Kayoo works with small family-run businesses. Their wood products are made from recycled wood and their website is hosted by a carbon neutral hosting company.

Cocoart - Organic Coconut Jewelry

Cocoart offers jewelry made of natural materials such as seeds, pods, coconuts, and wood. Their products include coconut earrings and rings and their exclusive seed pod earrings. A range of hair accessories includes different types of wood. These products are mainly produced by Brazilian Indians, which Cocoart aims to support by promoting fair trading and building a long-lasting friendship.