Stock / Suppliers

At Fair Do’s we pride ourselves in stocking the widest possible range of fairly traded goods that will fit in our shop!

Foods & Beverages, Toys & Games, Musical Instruments & CD’s, Jewellery & Accessories, Cards & Paper, Throws & Bedding, Clothing & Underwear, Photo Albums & Picture Frames, Wall Hangings & Wind Chimes, Crafts & Homewares…the list goes on and on!

Here are examples of just some of the many products we sell to give you an idea of the range of stock and prices.

Hampers for all occasions

Perfect for Christmas, birthdays, or as a special ‘thank you’ gift. And, of course, everything from the hamper itself to the all the goodies packed inside are fairly traded.

Here are just a few examples of what we can make up for your hamper.


Food from Around the World Hamper – from £20

This hamper includes sundried tomatoes from Palestine, marmalade from Swaziland, and wild blossom honey from Chile – a true international selection for food lovers.



Chocolate Hampers – from £15

Strictly for the true chocolate lover these hampers include chocolate cookies, drinking chocolate, chocolate coated raisins and peanuts, and of course delicious Divine chocolate bars!


Coffee Hamper

Coffee Hamper –  from £20

For the coffee enthusiast this hamper includes a jar of speciality Papua New Guinea Instant Coffee, a pack of Dark Roast & Ground Coffee, a bar of Coffee Milk Chocolate, a bag of Chocolate covered Coffee Beans & a gorgeous handmade ceramic Mug.

However, you need not be restricted by these samples. Why not drop into Fair Do’s or give us a call to pick your own products and make up a unique hamper? Maybe you’d like to include cosmetics, candles or even jewellery. You could even make up a Christmas-themed hamper using our wide range of fairly-traded and delicious Christmas foods.

All our hampers are beautifully presented in baskets and wrapped in cellophane and ribbon – they make very attractive and thoughtful gifts.


Please give us 48 hours notice in order to make up your hamper. The contents may vary slightly depending on stock availability.

Peruvian Ceramics

New for Autumn/Winter 2010, these beautiful ceramics from Peru are handmade using Andean clay.

Fair Do’s purchased the remaining stock of these ceramics from a small fair trade business in the UK that has now closed down. Priced very reasonably, one of these pieces could make the perfect affordable addition to any home.

Click here for a price list and more information on this exciting new line of products.

These stunning necklaces and earrings are made from tagua nut which comes from a palm tree indigenous to Colombia. Also known as vegetable ivory, ivory-nut palms are sustainably grown and eco-friendly. Tagua stimulates the economies of South America, provides an alternative to cutting down rainforest for farming, and helps prevent animals from being killed for their ivory. The seeds are dried, dyed and sliced before being assembled into beautifully crafted pieces of organic jewellery.

Taguabella jewellery is made by Kazuri and we have recently started stocking them at Fair Do’s. Come and see the full range on display in the shop at very reasonable prices.

Fair Trade Egypt

We have recently made links with Fair Trade Egypt – an organisation that strives to empower artisans all over Egypt. Fair Do’s have added their beautiful jewellery, scarves, and many more products to our stock. This is the first time Fair Do’s have directly imported stock, bringing us ever closer to the producers themselves.


New line in baby clothing

This season we have an exciting new line at Fair Do’s. We have stocked babygros and clothing for some time, but this is our first range from a french fair trade company called Ideo.


Ideo are committed to fair trade, choosing small producers in developing areas and paying them a fair wage. They also use only ecological materials with a known origin to make their clothing.

These babygros are made with 100% organic cotton so not only are they ethically made and stylish, they’re kind to your baby’s skin too.



Pop into the shop to browse through this lovely new collection that is very reasonably priced. You can find out more about the principles of Ideo at their website – www.ideocollection.com

Welsh language cards – all the way from Africa!

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Fair Do’s are now offering a selection of Welsh language handmade cards from Rwanda. We have 3 designs – two proclaiming Happy Birthday (Penblwydd Hapus) and one Congratulations (Llongyfarchiadau). These beautiful handmade cards cost just £3.00 each.

The cards are made by an organisation called Cards from Africa, who provide employment for many 18-25 year olds living in Rwanda who were made orphans as a result of disease or the 1994 genocide. They make these beautiful cards by repulping waste paper from offices. Often these young people are responsible for their younger brothers and sisters, so making these cards provides a significantly better life for them all.

This is not only a first for Fair Do’s – we have never before stocked Welsh language cards handmade in the South – but a first for Rwanda too. They told us it was an honour to be creating their first Welsh cards for us!

Cardiau Cymraeg – yr holl ffordd o Affrica

Mae Siopa Teg/Fair Do’s bellach yn cynnig detholiad o gardiau Cymraeg wedi ei gwneud â llaw o Rwanda. Mae gennym 3 cynllun (gweler isod) – dau yn dweud Pen-blwydd Hapus ac un yn dweud Llongyfarchiadau.

Gwneir y cardiau gan fudiad o’r enw Cards from Africa, sy’n cyflogi nifer o bobl 18 -25 oed sy’n byw yn Rwanda a wnaed yn amddifaid o ganlyniad i glefydau neu’r hil-laddiad yn 1994. Maen nhw’n gwneud y cardiau hyfryd hyn drwy ailgylchu papur gwastraff o swyddfeydd. Yn aml bydd y bobl ifanc hyn yn gofalu am frodyr a chwiorydd ifancach, felly mae’r gwaith o wneud y cardiau hyn yn gallu gwella ansawdd eu bywydau yn sylweddol.

Mae hyn nid yn unig yn ‘gyntaf’ i Siopa Teg/Fair Do’s – dydyn ni ddim wedi cadw cardiau Cymraeg wedi eu gwneud â llaw yn y De – ond i Rwanda hefyd. Maen nhw wedi dweud wrthym ei fod yn anrhydedd iddyn nhw greu eu cardiau cyntaf Cymraeg ar ein cyfer ni!

Toys from Lanka Kade
Dolls form Sri Lanka
This lovely family of dolls is made from 100% cotton with a poly fibre filling and comes from Sri Lanka. Prices start from £9.15
Dolls form India
This little lot should keep your little lot entertained for hours. They come from Sri Lanka and a village in India called K.V. Kuppam. Prices from £1.50

Fair Trade Toys
Lots here to keep your little darlings busy and out of trouble! We stock a good selection of toys for the young and the not so young. Prices from £1.50.

Ceramic cats
These delightful ceramic cats come from Central America. The supplier is a small company called ‘Just Trade’ who travel around Mexico and Guatemala. We also have ceramic elephants, ducks, rabbits and crocodiles. They cost from £4.00 – £12.95.

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The leather writing books shown here are from India and the supplier is ‘Paper High’.
This is a hand made product made by a small family run business. The paper, ‘khadda’ is made from 100% recycled cotton left over from the massive garment industry.
The books cost from £5.00 – £16.00

We also have a range of hand crafted paper products, e.g. notepads, photo frames, which are made with 100% original elephant dung paper and recycled paper in support of the Millenium Elephant Foundation home for elderly and disabled elephants in Pinnawela, Sri Lanka.
The pads sell for around £9.00, and the picture frames £8.00.