Skip to Content

Where to find fair trade products

All related content, beginning with Projects, Solutions and our most recent additions, e.g., News or blog posts. To find a specific page, please use Search.

Our members have been working to promote fair trade since 1996. At the time, there were only two points of sale for fair trade products in all of Quebec. Although fair trade products like coffee, chocolate and bananas are now readily available, North-South inequities persist.  With the exception of the occasional fundraising item, we have never sold fair trade products....
In honour of the holidays, our friend, foodie blogger Nana Marmelade, has shared one of her most festive recipes with you... Introducing her famed chocolate-rosemary cake made with fair trade chocolate and sugar! This socially and environmentally responsible gluten-free dessert is sure to impress guests of all ages. 
How can you tell if a family is environmentally conscious? There are different signs that give such families away. For some, it is a penchant for biking. For others, it is a love of public transit.  Sometimes, you have to be in a family's kitchen to know. Is their fridge full of locally grown food? That is a pretty big indicator. Look in the pantry. Do you see organic or...
For the second year in a row, Ekitinfo will be honouring three "personalities" – individuals or or organizations – for their contribution to promoting fair trade in 2013. You can influence who wins by voting online. Not sure who to vote for? We have a suggestion for you. The Association québécoise du commerce équitable has been nominated for their...
Drop by Montreal's Maison du développement durable to see Le Karité, l’or vert des Africaines, the latest photo exhibit by Éric Côté. Côté's photos feature women in Burkina Faso producing shea butter, which is also sometimes known as "women's gold." The "women's gold" in these pictures is extra special because it is fair trade. The exhibit...
Fair Trade Fortnight is a chance for businesses and private citizens to show their support for small producers in other countries.
In honour of Fair Trade Fortnight, you're invited to the 5th edition of our Fair Trade Bazaar. This year's focus? The people and the products behind the fair trade economy. meet the people who work closely with producers in developing countries discover the products they promote, including lesser known products such as wine and flowers Must see: Bazaar spokesperson...