Shared Earth

Shared Earth is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of fair trade, eco-friendly and recycled products, offering a huge range of ethical handicrafts, perfect for gifting or investing in for yourself. Many of the products they offer have been bought from suppliers who are members of WFTO or who have been recommended by members of WFTO. Most producers are organised in family groups or co-operatives, often in rural areas or small towns, are highly skilled in their craft but have little experience of selling beyond a local market.

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Shared Earth is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of fair trade, eco-friendly and recycled products, offering a huge range of ethical handicrafts, perfect for gifting or investing in for yourself. Many of the products they offer have been bought from suppliers who are members of WFTO or who have been recommended by members of WFTO. Most producers are organised in family groups or co-operatives, often in rural areas or small towns, are highly skilled in their craft but have little experience of selling beyond a local market.

Their mission is to improve the livelihoods of disadvantages people in developing countries, benefitting local community projects and keeping traditional artisanal skills alive which could otherwise be lost, as the generations roll on. They believe it’s possible to trade fairly and ethically, providing quality, design-led products, sourced from highly-skilled artisans who benefit from fair trade principles. At a time when global conflict seems on the increase, Shared Earth’s partnerships with producers are an invaluable way of building bridges, showing that people can work together for mutual benefit, no matter their religion, race or culture.

Shared Earth aims to pay fair prices for the products they buy, commits to long-term relationships with suppliers, always offer 50% payment upfront to overseas producers, ensure working conditions are acceptable, provide advice on design and product development and avoid child labour at all costs.