With simple shopping choices you can give both people and the environment a better deal – and that means they can make their own decisions, control their futures and lead the dignified life everyone deserves.

There are several outlets in Ludlow which sell fairly traded food, clothes, jewellery, drinks and gifts. These can be identified by the Ludlow Fairtrade window sticker, shown below.

By buying fair trade products in Ludlow, you’re supporting the local economy as well as our international community.

Ludlow’s fair trade stockists

Oxfam Shop

3 The Bullring

A wide range of Fairtrade and sustainably sourced goods from pioneering suppliers. From Fairtrade olive oil, tea, coffee, sugar and chocolate to seasonal gifts such as diaries, decorations and greetings cards. From beautiful handwoven baskets, rugs, blankets, eco cups, insect houses and bee friendly seeds to ecological shampoos, soaps and cleaning products.

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Myriad Organics

22 Corve Street

At Myriad Organics we stock an extensive range of organic and fairtrade food and drink, from chocolate and fruit to wine and soft drinks, coffee, tea, biscuits, spreads, honey and gifts. Our organic products are certified by the Soil Association which means that strict social principles are adhered to throughout the supply chain.

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The Buttercross

Benson’s has been in the heart of Ludlow for over 40 years. We are proud to be one of the first jewellers in the UK to offer a selection of jewellery made using Fairtrade Gold and ethically mined gemstones. Bespoke pieces can also be designed and manufactured in our onsite workshop.

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La Jewellery

Dove House, 3 Raven Lane

Made in Ludlow, beautifully created ethical jewellery using the finest fairtrade and recycled silver and gold. Alternatively La Jewellery can take your old or broken jewellery to create and design something new for you.

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Purple Panda

146 Corve Street

Kaboodle promote fairly traded, free traded and ethically traded clothing and gifts from around the world. They stock recycled, re-purposed and charity supporting goods from Shared Earth, Gringo, Namaste and Nomads to name but a few.

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Wesley’s cafe

Methodist Church, Broad Street

The cafe uses Fairtrade tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits. There is a permanent Fairtrade stall selling groceries and greetings cards. Catalogues detailing a wider range of products are available. Orders are taken for seasonal goods for Christmas and Easter.

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56 Mill Street

Ludlow’s freshest independent shop stocking vibrant & exciting clothing, jewellery & accessories as well as locally crafted, & fairtrade quality gift items. Delightfully different labels include: Desigual, Orientique, Boom Shankar, Ayala Bar & Ottoman Hands.

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The Broad Bean

60 Broad Street

The Broad Bean stock a number of different fair trade items, mainly chocolate, tea and coffee that are clearly marked when they are fair trade certified. They actively promote and seek to support fairly traded goods chains and work with a number of suppliers that do the same.

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Traidcraft @ Ludlow Mascall Centre

Lower Galdeford

Traidcraft plc has 40 years of trading experience. The outlet at the Ludlow Mascall Centre supplies a range of grocery products with the Traidcraft logo including tea, coffee, biscuits, sugar, honey and chocolate, tissue ranges and Bio-D products. Also stocked are Divine Chocolate, Cafe Direct, Zaytoun, Liberation and Tropical Wholefoods, plus a small range of craft products and cards.

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