Huntoffice.co.uk supply a range of Fairtrade certified products that support sustainability and contribute to the ethical treatment of farmers in the developing world.
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Taylors of Harrogate - Source some of the world’s best coffees from over 1 million farmers and workers in 24 countries. They rely on building great relationships with their suppliers and the resilience of their supply chain to ensure we can continue to blend outstanding coffee. Their approach to sourcing is based on collaboration – they work in close partnership with suppliers to build contracts, improve quality and find solutions to the challenges that impact the people they buy from.
Percol - Percol Fairtrade & Organic Guatamala Ground Coffee beans are grown organically in chemical-free, ecological plantations to make sure that every sip of your coffee is environmentally friendly.
Cafe Direct - Café Direct Fresh Ground Coffee Arabica beans are grown and hand picked in small Central and Southern America plantations and local environment is reflected in its flavour. Freshly roasted Café Direct Medium Roast Fresh Ground coffee has a bright acidity, is heavy in body and is intensely aromatic.
Pukka - Our planet is our home. From being Fair for Life certified, sourcing organic ingredients to reducing our carbon footprint, Pukka believe a healthy world means a healthy you.
Cafe Direct - Cafe Direct re-invest 50% of profits back to the growers. A bright refreshing brew, Fairtrade and direct from the producers. The perfect blend of Ugandam, Tanzanian and Kenyan leaves, bright tea with a distinct and delicate flavour.
Clipper - Clipper we believe that every cup of tea counts. Every cup you drink means Clipper are able to keep doing the good stuff to support people and the planet. That’s why all products are made with pure, natural ingredients and a clear conscience.
Fairtrade chocolate makes 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.
We supply Fairtrade sugar from Fairtrade & Tate & Lyle. Around 80 per cent of the world’s sugar is derived from sugar cane, grown by millions of small-scale farmers and plantation workers in developing countries. Through Fairtrade certification, and by working in partnership with sugar cane processors, sugar cane farmers can get improved access to international markets and develop the necessary business skills and technical capacity to be more competitive in the global market.