Traidcraft aims to fight poverty through trade justice, and by practising and promoting approaches to trade that help poor people in developing countries transform their lives.
Tyne and Wear
Established as a Christian response to poverty, Traidcraft purchases goods from developing world suppliers and sells them in the UK under the Fairtrade brand. Its sister charity Traidcraft Exchange provides further support to producers. Read more
Traidcraft PLC showed an improvement in performance in 2013. Sales rose 4% on the previous year with the introduction of a new range of household cleaning products.
Traidcraft has purchased over £18 million of goods from developing country producers in the last 5 years, all at an average of 9.4% over the commercial price.
Until recently, smallholder farmers at Iriaini Tea Factory in Kenya relied solely on tea grown on their small plots of land. With limited space and some ground unsuitable for cultivation, many struggled to earn a living.
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