4 June, 2019

Top 8 Fairtrade Gifts for Father's Day

Father's Day Gifts 2019
by Bethan Bottomley

Fairtrade helps fathers in developing countries support their families by securing a fair price for farmers and workers. 

We’ve put together a list of ways you can show your thanks this Father’s Day while also having a direct impact on communities around the world. Whether your dad is a hands on, getting stuck in kind of guy or more of the kick-back with a bottle of beer kind, there’s something here to suit everyone’s preferences.

White Stuff

White Stuff polo shirt

As the first UK retailer to sign a commitment with Fairtrade for Fairtrade Sourced Cotton, White Stuff are committed to sustainability and sourcing cotton in an ethical way. This season sees the launch of their first range using Fairtrade Sourced Cotton. Their Shoreside Fairtrade polo is an easy-to-wear classic, perfect for Father’s Day.

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Seed and Bean 

Seed and Bean Espresso Bar

Seed and Bean are a firm front-runner with us here at Fairtrade. They offer a plethora of exciting and unusual flavours to choose from, such as Lemon & Juniper, Orange & Thyme and Coconut & Raspberry. If you’re on the hunt for a gift to please a coffee lover you won’t get better than their dark chocolate espresso bar! Seed and Bean recommend that dads get in the kitchen for some family baking. Get creative with a Fairtrade home run: Chocolate, Coffee and Banana bread recipe!

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Also available from Ocado, Wholefoods, WHSmith and Amazon

Radical Roots

Radical Roots - World Cup

Ginger Pale Ale (4% abv) is the only UK Fairtrade-certified beer. Little Valley Brewers are based in Yorkshire and pride themselves on having unique products. This ale is vegan and organic, 95% of the barley comes from the UK, and the ginger and sugar cane is sourced from Paraguay, Sri Lanka and India. Little Valley recommend pairing this ale with a spicy meal!

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Akoma shea butter

Akoma’s raw, organic shea butter is 100% natural which makes it perfect for all skin types. Shea butter is made in the Savannah region and has many health benefits. It contains Vitamin A, which is good for healing skin ailments such as dry skin, blemishes and scars, and Vitamin E, which is anti-ageing.  

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Honey Street Handmade Barber Range

Honey Street Handmade Fairtrade Barber Beard Oil

This range of luxurious beard grooming products use Fairtrade ingredients such as, Fairtrade shea butter, Fairtrade olive oil and Fairtrade cocoa butter known for their intensely nourishing performance. With no parabens, no sulphates, no palm oil, no petrochemicals and no artificial fragrances, this range is sure to help your dad keep his beard lustrous and healthy.

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Fair Squared Fairtrade skincare products


Fair Squared has some great Fairtrade skincare products including a 'zero waste' moisturising 24 hour cream with Fairtrade argan oil from Morocco and Fairtrade apricot kernel oil from Pakistan. Or this shower gel (shown above) made with rich Fairtrade olive oil from Palestine and Fairtrade coffee from Bolivia. The added caffeine extract gives this shower gel its stimulating and invigorating properties.

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Percol iced coffee

Percol's neat iced coffee treats pack caffeine into an on-the-go, completely recyclable container that is also pretty delicious. The iced coffee range is a perfect summer drink and available in two delicious variants; Flat White and Protein Latte. The Flat White contains the highest coffee content in the UK, with 44% coffee in each recyclable can, and the Protein Latte is the UK’s first protein latte containing 18g of protein.

Available in most major supermarkets.

Fair Vodka

Fair Drinks Fairtrade Quinoa Vodka

This award winning vodka is made with Fairtrade organic quinoa sourced from the Andean mountains, 3000m above sea level where the it grows in fertile volcanic soil. The ingredients are carefully shipped to the Cognac region in France, where expert distillers take over the process to produce this deliciously smooth vodka.

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