Buying Fairtrade Tea

What's a 'good' cup of tea to you?

Tea Picker

Whether it’s relaxing after a tough day at work or waking you up in the morning, if your tea is Fairtrade you know it will also be benefiting the people who grew it.

Whether farmers who own their own land, or workers on big estates, those who grow and pick your tea often don’t even earn enough to feed their families let alone plan for the future. But when the tea is bought on Fairtrade terms, farmers and workers benefit in many ways, from improved working conditions through to training in how to improve the way they farm and manage their environment to the opportunity to improve healthcare and education in their community.  

So, whenever you have a cup of Fairtrade tea, you know it’s a ‘good’ cup of tea.

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Where to buy Fairtrade Tea

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Cafédirect

Cafédirect is the leading Fairtrade hot drinks brand in the UK and was the first coffee brand to carry the certification.

Clipper Tea

Clipper Tea

Clipper Teas launched their very first Fairtrade tea in 1994 and are still the UK’s No 1 Fairtrade Tea Company.

Co-operative

The Co-operative

100% Fairtrade own brand and delivering additional support to smallholders in Kenya through co-operative development.

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Lemonaid Beverages

Social enterprise behind Lemonaid & ChariTea drinks, all ingredients are organic and sourced directly from small scale, Fairtrade farms. 


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M&S

M&S was the first major retailer to switch all of its black and green tea to Fairtrade.

Sainsburys

Sainsbury's

100% of Sainsbury’s brand tea is now Fairtrade and our popular Red Label tea has been Fairtrade since 2008.

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Steenbergs

Sourcing from organic estates in India & Sri Lanka, Steenbergs hand-blends Chai, Earl Grey, English Breakfast & Christmas tea in their eco-factory.

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Suki Tea

People first, then plant and planet. Belfast Boutique Loose Leaf Tea Blender, Suki Tea, first set up in 2005 by Annie and Oscar, has become a strong contender in the UK’s Loose Leaf tea market. Suki Tea ethically source and blend our loose leaf teas, herbal infusions and fruit blends from all over the world.

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Tesco

Tesco finest* black tea is Fairtrade certified.

London Tea Co.

The London Tea Company

Blending, brewing and drinking ethical teas since 2003, The London Tea Company is determined to spread the word on how great ethical tea can be.

Traidcraft

Traidcraft

Traidcraft has been at the forefront of fair trade for over 35 years, passionate about trade justice since 1979.

Waitrose

Waitrose

Waitrose 100% Fairtrade speciality teas use mostly traditional whole leaf grades of tea to achieve a range of unique blends.

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