Support Welsh Fair Trade shops on St Dwynwen’s Day

Today Wales celebrates St Dwynwen’s day (the Welsh Valentines Day) and why not choose a special gift that will spread a little love around the world? 

Explore our handpicked Fair Trade guide that will support ethical shops in every corner of Wales.

From chocolate to homeware, our online fair trade stores support crafters and creators from all over the world.

Take a look at the full list of fair trade shops in Wales here – you might just find that perfect gift for your special loved one.


Set the mood with these aromatic incense sticks from Fairdos.com

Give a handmade gift. Eighteen Rabbit based in Hay on Wye have a range of unique Jewellery and Homeware.

Cook up a treat using fair trade products. The Fair Trade and Christian Shop in Llandudno also offers the recipe online.

Get comfy and snuggle up with a Cwtch Cushion from Sussed. The homeware shop in Porthcawl offers a range of beautiful homeware and fair trade food products.

Need a candle for your romantic dinner? Look no further. Dalit Candles from the The Dragons Garden  in Llansadwrn are both ethical and beautiful.

Who doesn’t love a box of chocolates or Truffles… try these fair trade Truffles from Health and Food, Llanwrst.

Prefer to make your own gifts? Why not buy some fair trade silk yarn from Fair and Fab based in Newcastle Emlyn and create your own special gift.

If you’re feeling inspired or think this guide will help others, make sure you share it on social media using the hashtag #fairtradewales

Why Buy Fair Trade?

Buying fairtrade gives you the peace of mind that the product has been produced with high social, environmental and economic standards in place. What were the conditions like where the product was made? Did the workers work many hours for low pay? Whether you’re buying coffee, chocolate or jewellery as a gift this year, make sure your choice supports the supplier too.

Check out our latest blog here which unpacks each point a bit more and explains how your purchase makes an impact.

Blog by Jenny Carew.

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