The message for Fairtrade Fortnight this year is clear – make small switches to Fairtrade.
Making small changes is what Between Green is all about! Perfect!
Fairtrade is so much more than coffee, chocolate and bananas – as you’ll discover in Februarys monthly subscription box.
Support communities and farmers overseas with extra income and power through your letterbox with a Between Green Box.
Well-written, informative and amusing”Antony Worrall Thompson
Written by Jeremy Piercy, the founder of Shared Earth, the UK’s number one fair trade retailer, shares a light-hearted look at what Fairtrade means to individual people.
Connect to Mother Earth with this Fairtrade hand-made Earth Element Soap. With natural moisturisers, your skin will bloom and blossom with every use.
Plastic-free packaging makes the perfect switch from plastic bottles in the bathroom.
Part of the Organic Goodness range, these fragranced bags are perfect for drawers, wardrobes or even car fresheners.
Each one is handmade using environmentally friendly resources and minimal packaging.
What’s amazing to me is that each of these bags helps support over 10,000 families in India with children who are very poor and have lost one or both of their parents.
Each bag we send helps fund school fees, transportation, uniforms, stationery, extra tuition when needed, medical care and any other things required to help those children.
Which loofah animal will you receive in this months subscription box?
These loofah sponges are 100% compostable, long-lasting and of course, plastic free!
Perfect for use to exfoliate your body
OR you could also use it as a scrubber for cleaning sinks, tiles and other hard surfaces – the choice is YOURS!
TOP TIP: Loofah dries very quickly so they are perfect to use as a soap dish for your Earth Element soap!
Your daily reminder to “Save Our Planet” with this ball point pen made with bamboo. Every little helps towards saving Planet Earth.
Love it or Hate it, Valentines Day is upon us in February. Send this eco-friendly rainbow hearts greetings card to a loved one, family or friend.
Made by FairMail Cards, a social enterprise which produces photo cards using pictures taken by under-privileged Peruvian teenagers.
The teenagers take pictures during free photography classes, then FairMail sells their best photos on Fair Trade greeting cards.
The teenagers get 60% of the profit from their own photos to help finance their housing and invest in their education.
The name, age, and photo of the photographer M Rodriguez is on the back of the card.
I cant wait to see what you think about this months box.
It has to be one of my personal favourites as it really connects the wider world to our homes.
Don’t Forget to receive our emails to get our eco-friendly Valentines Day guide for this year