|Ethical Superstore are committed to helping you, the ethical consumer “Buy What You Believe”. You can choose from the widest range of the finest quality fair trade, organic, and eco friendly products via our Ethical Superstore website.
Ethical Superstore offers access to all the major fair trade and green brands including Cafedirect, Traidcraft, People Tree, Green & Blacks, Divine, Ecover, Freeplay, EcoZone, Solio and many more. The full range includes gadgets, gifts, cosmetics, foods, beverages, CDs, books, DVDs plus handmade lifestyle and fashion products.
We strive to provide you with a simple and secure online shopping experience, with personal service always there when you need it (we actually pick up the phone and respond to emails), together with a fast and flexible delivery service. We’re always looking for ways to minimize the impact our service has on the environment – we’re working to make our packaging as eco-friendly as possible and we even offer a service to carbon offset our deliveries to you.
We realise it can be confusing deciding which ethical products to buy and what information to believe, so we do our best to share product background information to help you make informed ethical purchasing decisions. We’re committed to providing you with comprehensive and accurate information about the ethical credentials of the products and brands we sell. Given how important it is to be open and accurate with this type of information, we will be creating opportunities for you to get involved in this important area of our community.
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