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The Fairtrade City Project

Making a difference to Fair Trade in Hull.

Hull City Council, and the Hull One World Shop, together with support from all areas of the city made Kingston-upon-Hull into a FAIRTRADE City in March 2005.

  • Fairly Traded products are high quality, - because the farmers choose the best of the best for Fair Trade.
  • Fairtrade consumable products are readily available - see our expanding directory of wholesale, retail and catering outlets
  • Fair Trade is growing fast - join us and make the world a better place for everyone, but especially for those who need it most.

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