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Finding fair trade and sustainable products can involve lots of research (and time!). Instead, you can turn to these shops that curate their products based on their own set of values, including fair labor standards, organic ingredients, and give-back initiatives. Once you find a shop you trust, you can turn to them for anything on your list, whether it’s fair trade clothing, sustainable home goods, or organic skin care!

These 15 marketplaces sell curated ethical goods from artisans all over the world. They are our go-to places when looking for fair trade and ethically sourced products. Do you have a favorite? Drop it in the comments below, and we’ll check it out. ✨

Best Overall | Best For Home Goods | Best For Grocery 

1. The Little Market

Best For | Home goods like baskets, candles, and serveware
Ethics | Nonprofit, fair trade, artisan empowerment
Price Range | $$

Lauren Conrad and Hannah Skvarla started The Little Market to empower women artisans around the globe. This nonprofit online marketplace sells beautiful handmade products and practices fair trade principles—our founder swears by their baskets for chic storage of baby toys, laundry, linens, etc.! You can shop with ease, knowing every purchase at The Little Market generates meaningful income for the craftspeople and their families.

2. Thrive Market

Best For | Groceries, natural bath & cleaning products, wine & coffee
Ethics | Fair trade, organic, natural, ethical, gives back
Price Range | $–$$

An online market founded on the principle that every person should have “access to healthy products, reliable information, and affordable prices,” Thrive Market makes healthy living easy and affordable for everyone. Whether you’re shopping for natural wines, fair trade snacks, cruelty-free bath sets, or even pet products, this one-stop-shop has what you need.

3. Made Trade

Best For | Fair trade, sustainable apparel, shoes
Ethics | Fair trade, sustainable, ethically-made, selection of vegan goods
Price Range | $$–$$$$

Made Trade was started by a couple who previously ran a social enterprise. Understanding the needs of conscious consumers, the husband-wife-duo created an easy-to-search online marketplace for sustainable and ethical shopping. We especially love their collections of table linens with a full range of colorful patterns and artisan designs. From cookware to apparel, Made Trade is user-friendly and includes a wide variety of ethical products at various price points.

4. Credo

Best For | Clean beauty and skincare
Ethics | Sustainable packaging, cruelty free, women-owned, beauty recycling program, gives back
Price Range | $-$$

If you are interested in clean beauty but feel overwhelmed by the research needed to find the right brands at your favorite shops, Credo is your new best friend. With their commitment to sustainable, ethical, and transparently clean beauty, they take the guesswork out of hunting down genuinely safe products so you don’t have to be duped by greenwashing. All brands are free from the 2700+ ingredients on their Dirty List®, giving you peace of mind that everything you buy there is truly clean.

5. Uncommon Goods

Best For | Unique and personalized gifts
Ethics | Certified B Corp, cruelty free, craftsperson and artisan made, recycled and upcycled items, eco-friendly packaging, gives back, living wage and fair paid family leave
Price Range | $-$$$

If you can’t make it to the sprawling crafts marketplaces but you really want to find those high quality items, Uncommon Goods is your answer. Stocked with gorgeous, whimsical, and useful goods all made by artisans and craftspeople, you’re bound to find something for every person on your list for every gift-giving occasion all year round. (And if the person on your list is you and the occasion is It’s Friday, we won’t tell!) 


Best For | Artfully and ethically designed home goods and decor
Ethics | Certified B Corp, member of 1% for the planet, Black-owned, climate neutral certified
Price Range | $$-$$$

For a marketplace that gets specific about promoting good design with good values, GOODEE can’t be beaten. Check out products by ethics, like carbon reduction, heritage craft preservation, poverty reduction, and more to find home goods and decor that are more than just beautiful. From candles to bath & body, kids’ lifestyle goods and outdoor furniture, find pieces with a story that are also good for people and the planet.

7. Accompany

Best For | Home textiles & tapestries
Ethics | Fair trade, artisan-made, gives back, B Corp
Price Range |  $$–$$$

If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind home goods or garments that are beautiful and empowering, Accompany has you covered. The brand is dedicated to finding artisan-made, fair trade, and philanthropic fashion, home goods, and accessories. With a carefully curated online shop, every purchase you make has a purpose. Thanks to its artisan relationships and vigorous standards, Accompany is making a positive local impact.

8. Brightly

Best For | Eco-conscious lifestyle and green home goods
Ethics | Climate-neutral certified, fair trade, recyclable and eco-friendly packaging 
Price Range | $-$$

We love Brightly not only for its easy-to-shop selection of green and eco-friendly lifestyle goods but also for its judgment-free commitment to educating the average shopper about how to be more conscious citizens of our planet. The platform’s motto, “Planet over perfection” reminds us that it is often the small, everyday swaps we make that can add up to a big overall impact, and the site makes it easy to change out harmful items in our homes for greener options. Each product has clear, easy-to-understand labels so you can shop consciously for goods that are clean, good for the planet, or waste-free. 

9. Food52

Best For | Quality kitchen and dining products
Ethics | Vintage shop, artisan-made products, DEI initiatives with a transparent progress report
Price Range | $$-$$$

For the foodies and home decor enthusiasts, you really can’t beat Food52, an online marketplace, resource, and community for all things food, cooking, and living well. From must-have appliances to cookware meant to last a lifetime, these are the goods you can count on for a well-stocked, well-loved, and well-used kitchen. And if you want something truly special and sustainable, check out their vintage shop

10. Rêve En Vert

Best For | Sustainable luxury products
Ethics | Organic, low-waste standards, local empowerment, fair labor standards
Price Range | $$$–$$$$

Rêve En Vert is a sustainable luxury shop committed to bettering the world through its fashion and lifestyle marketplace; the brand only features designers who operate with respect for people and the planet. Expect to see organic, re-made, local, and fair trade collections of clothing, jewelry, gifts, and accessories.

11. BLK + GRN

Best For | All natural bath, beauty, and wellness by Black artisans
Ethics | Supports Black artisans, sustainable & cruelty-free products, eco-friendly packaging
Price Range | $

With the market for Black women’s beauty and wellness products flooded with synthetic and toxic chemicals, Dr. Kristian founded Blk + Grn, hoping to normalize clean products for Black women while also funding the Black women entrepreneurs creating them. Blk + Grn is chockfull of natural skincare, hair care, menstrual products, and more, along with a vibrant list of artisans with their goods and bios. Everything is thoughtfully chosen and quality-tested by Black health experts, not to mention shipped in eco-friendly packaging.

12. Ten Thousand Villages

Best For | Fair trade jewelry and kitchen wares
Ethics | Fair trade, artisan empowerment, honors artisan techniques
Price Range | $–$$

For over 70 years, Ten Thousand Villages has been a pioneer of the fair trade movement, laying the groundwork for sustainable change in over 30 developing countries. The shop provides a space for people to take charge of their own lives and build something for themselves. We love that each product is created by independent small-scale artisan groups, co-ops, and workshops. Everything here is crafted with love, local materials, and time-honored skills.

13. Verishop’s The Responsible Shop

Best For | Apparel, home goods, beauty & skincare products
Ethics | Sustainable, cruelty-free, organic, non-toxic, fair trade, gives back
Price Range | $-$$$

Whether you’re searching for cruelty-free cosmetics or apparel from philanthropic brands, Verishop curates the best in clean beauty, fair trade home goods, and sustainable fashion. We especially love the brand’s minimalist aesthetic—and know that each purchase from Verishop will be a staple in our wardrobes and routines for years to come. You can sort the products by brand or cause to find exactly what you need.

14. DoneGood

Best For | A centralized market & browser plug-in for do-good products
Ethics | B Corp, gives back
Price Range | $$–$$$

DoneGood makes mindful shopping easier than ever with its platform. Browse over 200 brands for ethical and sustainable products, often with DoneGood coupon codes! The company has partnered with brands like Nisolo, BOLD Swim, and so that you can find everything from home goods to body scrubs. Best of all, DoneGood has created a plug-in to give you the best ethical, affordable alternatives when you shop mainstream through Google and more.

15. Fair Trade Winds

Best For | Apparel & bags
Ethics | Fair trade, traditional craft preservation, sustainable materials, women’s empowerment
Price Range | $$

Fair Trade Winds is an online and offline leader in the fair trade movement, seeking out the companies that are fighting against fast fashion and mass-produced products. The family-owned business has five brick-and-mortar shops across the country and sells a wide selection of fair trade clothing, gifts, and home goods online. We love the company’s commitment to sourcing the best ethical products available.

Featured image includes model Shelly Cochrane wearing shirt, pants, and shoes by Reformation; earrings by Mejuri; necklace and rings by Apse