Green Festival Exhibitors

Fair Trade

Exhibitors are companies that are in line with Green Festival's core values and beliefs. Read More.

www.ayindisa.com

Beautiful Fair Trade, handmade and sustainable gifts from Africa.

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Mexican lead-free/food-safe ceramics promoting Mexican artisans

Mexican lead-free/food-safe ceramics promoting Mexican artisans

www.divinechocolateusa.com

First Fair Trade, Farmer Owned Chocolate Company.

Dolma Fair Trade

102A Juniper Ridge, Shelburne, Vermont, 05482 - View Map

www.dolmafairtrade.com

Fair trade, eco-friendly accessories & decor handmade in India.

Dolma specializes in high quality, fine table linens, scarves and handbags, handmade by fair trade artisans in India. Every purchase with Dolma is an investment in a brighter future for women living in poverty. We are proud to bring their beautiful wares to homes and wardrobes across the U.S.

www.drbronner.com

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www.FTRN.org

Educating about Fair Trade and facilitating its discussion.

Global Exchange Reality Tours

www.globalexchange.org/tours

The idea that travel can be educational, fun, and positively influence international affairs motivated the first Global Exchange Reality Tours in 1989. Our tours provide individuals the opportunity to understand issues beyond what is communicated by the mass media and gain a new vantage point from which to view and affect US foreign policy. Travelers are linked with activists and organizations from around the globe who are working toward positive change. We also hope to prompt participants to examine related issues in their own communities.

Phone: 800-497-1994 ext. 233

HandCrafting Justice

25-30 21st Avenue, Astoria, NY, USA, 11105 - View Map

www.handcraftingjustice.org

Empowering women artisans though eco-friendly, Fair Trade crafts.

HandCrafting Justice provides access to Fair Trade markets for unique, handmade goods created by enterprising women in the developing world, working to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. By fostering self-reliance, ensuring fair wages, and building support networks, we empower women to overcome social and economic injustice.

Phone: 718-204-0909

Mr. Ellie Pooh

220 36th Street, Brooklyn, New York, USA, 11232 - View Map

www.mrelliepooh.com

Fair trade co. providing unique items comprised of elephant poo!

It's true, all made out of poo! Pulped to perfection by the elephants of Sri Lanka. Stationery, cards, green gifts and more. "Conservation through Innovation"

Phone: 701-746-1489

MyMela

131 NW 13th St, Ste 39, Boca Raton, Florida, United States, 33432 - View Map

www.mymela.com

Socially conscious artisan jewelry, accessories and home decor

Phone: 561-237-5008

Runa

33 Flatbush Ave, Suite 505, Brooklyn, NY, USA, 11217 - View Map

www.runa.org

Produces beverages made with the guayusa super leaf from Ecuador.

 Runa is an Amazonian beverage company and social enterprise based in Brooklyn. We sell beverages made from guayusa, a superleaf native to Ecuador that has as much caffeine as coffee and twice the antioxidants of green tea. This combination provides you with the clean energy you need to do the things you love.

 

Phone: 4016264549

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