Turn the page on poverty

Buy Fairtrade

You can help millions of struggling farmers in the developing world work their way out of poverty by choosing Fairtrade products every time you shop. All you have to do is look for the label.

Look for the FAIRTRADE markInstantly recognisable, the label is an independent consumer guarantee that a product is Fairtrade.

You can find out more about the label, and how a product gains certification, on the Fairtrade Association Australia and New Zealand website.

The range of Fairtrade products is constantly changing and so it's difficult to list all the providers in New Zealand. However, Oxfam works closely with a number of suppliers that sell a range of Fairtrade products, including:

  • Trade Aid 
    With stores nationwide, Trade Aid stock a wide range of fairly traded foods and handicrafts.
  • All Good Bananas
    A rapidly growing Kiwi company that sell Fairtrade bananas and organic banana chunks from Samoa.
  • L'affare
    Fairtrade coffee available nationwide in cafes and supermarkets.
  • Kokako
    Delcious Fairtrade goodies in their two Auckland cafes as well as stocking cafes nationwide.
  • Scarborough Fair
    Their entire range is Fairtrade certified and where possible, organic.  Available from supermarkets, specialty stores, organic stores and office suppliers. 
  • Whittaker's
    Fairtrade milk and dark chocolate available in supermarkets nationwide.