A Fair Trade Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Every gift matters. Are you looking to give a meaningful gift this Valentine’s Day? I want to share with you a few gifts that will bring a smile to your loved one’s face while also having a giant impact on workers around the world.

A Fair Trade Valentine's Day Gift Guide


  1. Thinking roses? Think Fair Trade. Show your Valentine just how much you love them, with some Fair Trade roses from Whole Foods Market. Fair Trade roses give back to the community where they were grown. If you are sending flowers to loved ones, you can order online from One World Flowers and schedule the delivery of beautiful Ecuadorian roses. My sweet husband has bought me Fair Trade roses and trust me, they were a big hit 😉

  2. Would you like to give chocolate? There are plenty of delicious options to help you achieve this goal, including: Divine, Equal Exchange, Sweet RiotAlter Eco, and TCHO.

  3. Want to share a drink with your sweetheart? I suggest Fair Trade wine. Mmm! Sam’s Club has Neu Direction Malbec, Whole Foods Market has Cantora, and Target has Wandering Grape Malbec Merlot. I also recommend checking out Fair Spirits for Vodka, Rum, and Gin.

  4. Finally, if you share my love of beautiful jewelry, scarfs, and Fair Trade mugs, I suggest checking out:

    A Fair Trade Valentine's Day

    From top left:
    Jamawar Elegant Kashmiri Wrap $50
    All’s Fair in Love Bracelet $18
    Red Flower Mugs $9.88 each
    Playful Heart Pendant $22

Share the love this year by choosing Fair Trade for Valentine’s Day!

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26 thoughts on “A Fair Trade Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

  1. Debra says:

    I love this so much! I am really passionate about fair trade and I think so many people don’t just think to do it! I need to be better about it with clothes!


  2. Eileen xo says:

    i am a huge flower lover, and I love them in the ground. If they are taken out and delivered. this is the most wonderful way to do it, giving back to people ! This s the best and most wonderful way!


    • lovethebachers says:

      Gosh so tough, because they are really beautiful! One of my former mentors would always just pick flowers off the sides of streets when she’d go on walks and make her own arrangements. They were always really beautiful and would have wheat and pinecones. So creative!


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