1. Divine Advent Calendars Divine Advent Calendars

    Starting at: £1.00

    Divine Advent Calendars

    Enjoy the countdown to Christmas with a Divine fair-trade advent calendar. Choose from a milk chocolate classic, or vegan friendly dark chocolate. Weight 85g
  2. Milk Chocolate Coins

    Regular Price: £2.95

    Special Price £1.47

    As low as: £1.08

    Milk Chocolate Coins

    Delicious fairly-traded chocolate from Ghana, these are the only Fair Trade chocolate coins you can buy.
  3. Dark  Chocolate Coins

    Regular Price: £2.95

    Special Price £1.47

    As low as: £1.08

    Dark Chocolate Coins

    Made with fairly-traded dark chocolate from Ghana, these are the only Fair Trade chocolate coins you can buy. Suitable for vegans.
  4. Fairtrade Vegan Fudge Fairtrade Vegan Fudge

    Starting at: £1.97

    Fairtrade Vegan Fudge

    Delicious vegan fudge in an attractive gift bag.
    Made in the UK using Fairtrade ingredients.
    Vegan and gluten free.
    Weight: 150g.

  5. Divine Chocolate Mint, Ginger and Salted Caramel Thins Divine Chocolate Mint, Ginger and Salted Caramel Thins

    Starting at: £3.70

    Divine Chocolate Mint, Ginger and Salted Caramel Thins

    Delicious chocolate squares, made with Divine Chocolate's award-winning dark chocolate, with a soft mint, ginger or salted caramel filling.

    Mint and Ginger Thins suitable for vegans.

    200g.

  6. Divine Chocolate Hearts Divine Chocolate Hearts

    Starting at: £4.00

    Divine Chocolate Hearts

    Treat your loved ones with these delicious chocolate hearts. Each mini heart chocolate is wrapped in foil, making a lovely gift.
    80g.

    Dark Chocolate (suitable for vegans)
    Milk Chocolate
    White Chocolate with dried strawberries

  7. Medjoul Dates Medjoul Dates

    Starting at: £4.95

    Medjoul Dates

    The ‘Medjoul’ is the finest of dates. It is grown in the Jericho area which has the perfect climate for producing these delicious, soft and succulent dates. They are sourced through the ‘Palm Farmers Cooperative’ and are a vital source of income in this area.

    Dates are one of the oldest tree crops cultivated by man. More than 5000 years ago this valuable tree helped sustain the desert and nomadic peoples of the Middle East and North Africa.

    Medjoul dates have been called the “king of dates” and the “crown jewel of dates.” Like most dates, the fruit is dried prior to being eaten. What really makes these dried wonders so special is that they are exceptionally large, contain a large amount of “fruit meat,” and are extremely sweet. Each center of the date has an elongated pit, which is easy to remove. Despite its sweetness, a couple of medjool dates only contain about 90 calories. They’re a good source of fiber and contain high levels of potassium, magnesium, copper and manganese. They do have a significant amount of fruit sugar, but this can make them a perfect alternative to other forms of dessert.

    The “Medjoul” variety is produced in Jericho and the Jordan Valley in Palestine, and in some other places like California, USA.

    Medjoul dates are usually eaten fresh as a desert after lunch or dinner. They are also used as an ingredient of different kinds of sweets and in packing as a paste.

  8. Divine Spiced Hot Chocolate
    £4.99

    Divine Spiced Hot Chocolate

    Give yourself a treat and warm up with this spiced drinking chocolate. Owned by cocoa farmers, made for chocolate lovers. Suitable for vegans. 400g
  9. Organic Dried Mango (1kg) Organic Dried Mango (1kg)

    Regular Price: £19.00

    Special Price £9.50

    Organic Dried Mango (1kg)

    This Brooks variety of organic mangoes is delicious as it is sweet in taste with a complimentary sour note; a favourite with the team here! 
    BBE: 28.01.20

    Harvested in Burkina Faso.

    Like us, you probably want more equity, more sustainability, and more quality at affordable prices. That’s why we have teamed up with gebana to change the rules of the game: they trade differently, you buy differently. This is how we all make it work:

    • gebana only harvest and deliver fruit when it is ripe. 
    • The taste is what counts above all; meaningless standards such as size and colour are of no concern.
    • gebana sell in large packages that come directly from the country of origin. This is more efficient, reducing not only waste but also food miles.
    • You, the customer, buy in larger quantities. By receiving large packages directly from the producers you are helping to reduce the carbon footprint of your purchase, with shorter transport routes, lower emissions and less packaging. And you can always share the contents of bulk packages with friends and family.
    • We continue to strive to keep getting better at doing business socially and ecologically and change global trade in favour or farming families, local economies and the environment – it doesn’t stop at organic and fair trade! 
    • We help small scale organic farmers from the South to sell their produce in Western Europe.
    • No preservatives, no wastage, and incredible taste – you won’t look back!

    ‘gebana provides us with support for organic cultivation. This is important, because thanks to being organic we get more money for our fruit. So through mango production I can cover the costs of my family.’ Abdoulaye Coulibaly, Koua, Burkina Faso.

    Standard shipping rates apply. Free P&P for orders over £75.

  10. Coffee from the Americas (Pack of 3)

    Three beautiful coffees from the America's:

    Columbian (strength 4): Full bodied and smooth with a hint of chocolate, nut and spice.
    Costa Rican (strength 3): Distinctive, rounded body; fruity notes, balanced taste.
    Honduran (strength 3): Medium bodied with mild acidity taste, distinctive flavours of caramel and apricot. GM free, organic and fair trade.

    Each pack weighs 227g Once opened store your coffee in an airtight container; place in a cool, dry place and use within two weeks.