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Green Festival Exhibitors

Fair Trade

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

Carol S Miller Corporation

98 Saddlewood Dr, Hillsdale, NJ, USA, 07642 - View Map

carolsmillerhandbags.com

Fair Trade Raffia & Straw Bags/Vintage Fair Trade Blanket Bags

Weaving the Color of Life Carol S Miller's Fair Trade Woven Raffia and Palm bags and totes are a 100% sustainable green product. These vibrant totes and bags are handmade by our Fair Trade Collective in the county of Manjakatompo on the Island of Madagascar. Our bags are vegetable dyed, and made from local raffia and palm fibers. All elements of these bags are from the island, keeping a smaller footprint. Carol S Miller donates a percentage of her profits to a local charity further helping the community. Our bags are great for shopping, beach, pool side or leisure. They can hold a full bag of groceries, beach towels, lotion and books and hold up if they get a little wet! Please stop by and look at our joyful bags and see photos of animals that are only found on the island.

Phone: 201-406-4578

www.drbronner.com

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps!

www.fairtradeamerica.org

Only representative of the International Fairtrade System in US

www.passionlilie.com

A fair trade and eco-friendly clothing and accessory line.

sibusura.com

Premium Organic & Fair Trade Certified Bean to Chocolate Products

The One Eyed Turtle

706 Twin Rivers Drive North, East Windsor, New Jersey, US, 08520 - View Map

theoneeyedturtle.com

Unique and handcrafted Fair Trade items from around the world!

Welcome! We are Maria Carreño and Mary Anne Coleman. Several years ago we discovered the beauty of fair trade and the satisfaction of supporting groups of diverse artisans from around the world. Our passion was strong, so we decided to open an online business that brings these lovely products to customers who are globally aware and ethnically inclined. In our search for unique and affordable products we have found artisans here in the United States as well as in many sometimes forgotten parts of the world. Our products are sourced from ethical and fair trade oriented vendors. The international trade groups do well in providing us with lists of organizations that can work directly with the artisan groups in the vast underdeveloped areas of the world. The One Eyed Turtle can be a part of the value chain offering unique, good quality products that are touched by human hands and that provides the producer an honest, living wage. We at The One Eyed Turtle can offer merchandise picked with you, the customer, in mind. Thank you for helping to complete the circle of Fair Trade. "Many years ago there was a One Eyed Turtle who swam close to the bottom of the sea. One day he decided to seek a sandalwood log in which to place himself perfectly to have the sun warm his back and cool his tummy. He went to the "wise one" to seek advice on how to find such a log. After searching without any luck, he went back to the "wise one" and wanted to know why he failed. The "wise one" said: "happiness must come from within, you have been seeking something which you carried with you all this time." This story has Buddhist origins and you can be reminded of this great wisdom every time you enjoy the products from these innovative and creative artisans from around the world. What is Fair Trade? You may wish to visit the Fair Trade Federation for a detailed understanding of Fair Trade. The principles of the Fair Trade Federation are to: 1. Create Opportunities for Economically and Socially Marginalized Producers 2. Develop Transparent and Accountable Relationships 3. Build Capacity 4. Promote Fair Trade 5. Pay Promptly and Fairly 6. Support Safe and Empowering Working Conditions 7. Ensure the Rights of Children 8. Cultivate Environmental Stewardship 9. Respect Cultural Identity

Phone: 609 865-2070