If this is a question you are trying to answer yes to, then we have some great ideas and tips for you! Let’s start off with the basics, chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate! I don’t know about you guys, but this is certainly the part of Easter that I look forward to most, of course that could be my sweet tooth talking.

Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates has some delicious fair trade and organic treats out for the holiday. Whether you’re looking for an assortment of chocolate eggs, a large chocolate bunny, or some nutty chocolaty chews, Sjaak’s has got it all! Although I haven’t tried these myself, some of my favorite sounding are the Easter Peanut Butter (or Caramel) Bite ToteOrganic Fair Trade Assorted Chocolate Filled Egg Box, and the Organic Fair Trade Vegan Dark Chocolate Basket With Bunny You can snack on some cocoa wonders while supporting sustainable cocoa farmers across the world!

Sweet Earth Easter Basket

Sweet Earth Chocolates also has some great Easter combinations you should check out! This Fair Trade company offers Bunny & Egg CombinationsDecorated Chocolate Easter Eggs, a Custom Easter Basket, an Adorable Easter Egg Gift Box and much more. Not only will you be receiving yummy treats from an Organic and Fair Trade company, but $2.00 of your proceeds will be donated to Project Hope and Fairness to support African cocoa farmers. Sweet Earth also offers Easter Basket Buddies for the kids, and a Wine & Chocolate Gift Basket for the adults.

If you need a fair trade basket to hold all your goodies in, look no further than great fair trade marketplaces such as Global Exchange and Ten Thousand Villages.  Both marketplaces have a wonderful assortment of fair trade baskets for all your Easter needs.  You can purchase fair trade baskets empty or already filled with fair trade chocolates and gifts.

Global Exchange Puppets

Now that you have your basket and chocolate covered don’t forget the cute gift items. Global Exchange has some really cute fair trade toys for the younsters in your family including these adorable fair trade puppets and stuffed animals. Down to Earth Toys also has a whole assortment of wonderful Easter toys including musical instruments and building blocks. If you are looking to fill an Easter basket meant for someone slightly older, check out World of Good‘s choices in fair trade glass Easter eggs and jewelry.

Last but not least, make sure to stock your kitchen with fair trade necessities such as sugar, rice, spices, coffee, and tea before you set to all your Easter cooking and baking. Your conscious will be at ease while you are cooking away for that special dinner.

Enjoy your Easter holiday and remember to make a Fair Trade day!

-Lauren Bowler

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