Buying Fairtrade chocolate

Find out where you can buy Fairtrade chocolate and make a difference to the lives of cocoa farmers and their families around the world.

Life is tough for cocoa farmers. The price of cocoa beans has slumped in recent years despite high demand. Disease and age are damaging cocoa trees and few young people are becoming cocoa farmers because of the poor prospects.

Fairtrade helps to make cocoa farming in places like Ivory Coast and Ghana more sustainable by guaranteeing minimum prices and providing a premium to invest in local communities, so farmers can provide a better future for themselves and their families.

And you can give them this opportunity just by enjoying your favourite Fairtrade chocolate treat.

Read more about Fairtrade cocoa farmers.

Where to buy Fairtrade Chocolate



Cadbury Dairy Milk has been involved with Fairtrade since 2009, and Cadbury and Fairtrade are now building on this relationship through a global partnership between Cocoa Life and Fairtrade.

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Chocolate and Love

Organic Fairtrade chocolate (23 Gold Great Taste Awards).  Cacao sourced directly at cooperatives in Panama, Peru, Dominican Republic and Madagascar.



Divine Chocolate is the only mainstream chocolate company 44% owned by the farmers who supply its cocoa – so they share Divine profits as well as receiving the Fairtrade price for their cocoa.


Green and Black's Organic

With 19 chocolate varieties, Green & Black’s is committed to creating great tasting, innovative and ethically sourced chocolate.

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M&S offer 8 different flavours of Fairtrade chocolate bars which are available instore and as part of our online gift offer.

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Rawr Foods Ltd

Rawr is passionately committed to making Fairtrade, organic raw chocolate that can be enjoyed by absolutely everyone. Made with 100% Fairtrade cocoa and vanilla.

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100% of our Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference single origin white, dark and milk chocolate bars are Fairtrade.


The Co-operative

The only 100% Fairtrade own brand chocolate bar range available. Cocoa sourced from co-ops in Ghana, Peru and Dominican Republic. 

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The Meaningful Chocolate Company

Our Easter eggs, Advent Calendars and Meaningful Tourism Bars are designed to challenge the non-Fairtrade market, while donating to charitable causes.

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The Raw Chocolate Company

All our cacao and vanilla ingredients are 100% fairtrade, leading in the Raw Chocolate field.



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



Both Waitrose bestselling ranges in block chocolate ‘Seriously’ and Belgian range carry the Fairtrade mark

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Zotter Chocolate

Chocolate can leave a very bitter aftertaste, when you consider that cocoa growers work under severe conditions while others profit from the fruits of their labour. That’s why we support fair trade – not because we want to use a showcase product to raise our profile, but because we are convinced that it’s the right choice for our entire product range.