Triple Certified Grand Cru Coffee Beans
Smoky, spicy and smoothFrom: £14.67/kg
Fairtrade Espresso Coffee Beans
Subtle caramel notesFrom: £13.00/kg
Fairtrade Organic Java Coffee Beans
Hints of smoke and Asian spiceFrom: £14.00/kg
Fairtrade Decaffeinated Espresso Coffee Beans
Smooth, mild and sweetFrom: £14.00/kg
Fairtrade Creme Supreme Coffee Beans
Sweet, nutty and full bodiedFrom: £12.00/kg
Fairtrade Colombian Filter Coffee Sachets
Sweet fruit and hints of spice
Quantity: 50 x 60g£42.00
Decaffeinated Fairtrade Espresso One Shot Sachets
Rich, dark and smooth
Quantity: 100 x 7g£25.00
Fairtrade Hot Chocolate Sachets
Quantity: 100 x 25g£25.00
Fairtrade White Sugar Sticks
Fairtrade white sugar
Fairtrade Brown Sugar Sticks
Fairtrade brown sugar
Helping farmers all over the world get a fair price
With coffee being one of the world's most popular drinks, it stands to reason that it is incredibly valuable and widely traded all over the globe.
An estimated 125 million people, some of which are in the poorest nations on the planet are responsible for the growth, cultivation and harvest of one of the most valuable crops available.
All of these people rely on the coffee trade to earn a living, but volatile pricing and seasonal availability means that our coffee can fluctuate in price to account for this.
Demand can also change, which in turn means lower prices for the growers, farmers and distributors we rely so heavily upon.
So why Fairtrade?
The Fairtrade scheme aims to provide the people we rely on so heavily with a fair price for not only their produce but their hard work and sacrifices when growing one of our most precious commodities.
Climate change threatens the very life of these incredibly important people in the coffee-making process, without them, we would have no business!
The system and Fairtrade organisations also create trade partnerships based upon key criteria: transparency, respect and greater equity in international trade. These organisations contribute to sustainable development by providing coffee farmers with better trading conditions and prices for their produce.
Fairtrade coffee is essentially coffee that is certified as having been produced to fairtrade standards – which means that growers commit to following strict rules for coffee bean growth, and in return are given a fair price.
This means both forced and child labour is strictly prohibited.
We pride ourselves in offering a wide range of Fairtrade certified products that have been selected not only for the benefits but the quality they offer. Not only that, but they don't cost the Earth.
Within our range of ethical Fairtrade coffees and other ingredients, you'll find a wide range of products, including premium teas and popular hot chocolates.