Goal 2: Fairtrade products in local outlets
“A range of (at least four) Fairtrade products are readily available in the area’s retail outlets (shops, supermarkets, newsagents, petrol stations) and served in local catering outlets (cafés, restaurants, pubs).“
“A range of Fairtrade products are readily available in the area’s retail outlets“
Requirement: At least 30 retail outlets stock at least four products with the Fairtrade Mark and are open a minimum of three days a week.
Status: We have many retail outlets stocking at least four Fairtrade products, including: Asda, B&M Store, Boots, Budgens, The Co-Op, Costcutter, Dobbies Garden Centre, Holland & Barrett, Iceland, John Lewis, Lidl, Marks & Spencer, Morrisons, Nisa, One Stop Stores, Oxfam, Premier Stores, Quality Discount, Sainsbury’s, The Shopping Basket, Spar, Tesco, Waitrose and Wilkinson.
“A range of Fairtrade products are served in local catering outlets“
Requirement: At least 15 catering outlets stock at least two products with the Fairtrade Mark and are open a minimum of three days a week.
Status: We have many catering outletss stocking at least four Fairtrade products, including: Café Nova, Chef De La Maison, Chimes Coffee Shop, Delimarché Café, Dog In A Doublet, Greggs, Grow Kitchen & Bar, John Lewis Café, Lakeside Kitchen & Bar, MD’s Coffee, Marks & Spencer Café and West Raven Community Cafe.
Find out where these outlets are located using our Fairtrade Suppliers Map
How You Can Help
• Let us know of a Peterborough shop supplying Fairtrade products by contacting us
• Continue to encourage new shops and cafés to sell and serve Fairtrade
• Encourage local shops and cafés to increase the range of products they offer