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About Sourced by Oxfam


Buy and beat poverty

We believe feel good things can do good things. 100% of profits from the Sourced By Oxfam range go to our work worldwide, helping even more people overcome poverty.

People over profit

Oxfam shops pioneered the idea of fair trade back in the 1960s. Paying people a fair and decent price for the goods they produce, and giving workers a say in the future of their company. Times have changed but our commitment to fair trade hasn’t and we’re proud to work with suppliers who practice fair trade principles.

Planet conscious

We believe in sharing nicely – using natural resources responsibly, and making sure that everyone on this planet has enough to live on. So we love finding beautiful, unique items made from recycled materials. Organic food and beauty treats. Or ingenious products that you can use and use again.

Creative and crafted

Every day, we see people with amazing skills, passion and creativity. So we’re proud to sell hand crafted and ingenious designs from the UK and around the world. From gorgeous textiles, to hand tooled jewellery made with unique materials – you’re bound to find something really special.

Wonderful work of women

We work with incredible, skilled women around the world to bring you beautiful homeware, gifts and accessories. By buying them, you’re not only supporting brilliant businesses powered by women – you’re helping Oxfam’s fight the discrimination and violence that keeps women in poverty.

Made in the UK

Our work fights poverty in countries all over the world, and closer to home too. So we look out for products from amazing businesses who share our values, and create jobs and opportunities right here in the UK.

Meet some of our suppliers

DIVINE - Mercy

Divine is the only Fairtrade chocolate company which is 44% owned by cocoa farmers. All of the cocoa in Divine chocolate is grown in Ghana by Kuapa Kokoo, a co-operative of cocoa farmers who are empowered by recieving a share of the profits, as well as a fair deal for their cocoa. Kuapa farmers invest their share of the wealth into improving their farms and communities. One of these farmers is 71 year old Mercy (pictured) who is an agent for change in her community.


As the UK's first and largest Fairtrade drinks brand, Café Direct not only pay the fairtrade social premium for their crops but also reinvest at least 50% of their profits back into the cooperatives and farming communities they work with. 89% of their cooperatives own shares in the company, making them direct beneficiaries of the success of the business. Pictured is Emanise; an 18 year old daughter of coffee farmers in Haiti. Café Direct's Producer Foundation helped Emanise get a loan to cultivate her own nursey of 3600 plants.


Naty handmakes beautiful jewellery for our partner Just Trade. Just Trade are a a woman owned, Fair Trade and innovative accessories brand. Naty, 63, lives in Peru with her four children and seven grandchildren. She loves her work and the British Royal family and says "I want to continue learning so much more. I love the way I am treated in this job and I hope that you like my work as much as I like making it."


Babli (pictured) has been an artisan for four years; she specialises in polishing and quality control. Babli works with Asha Handicrafts in Mumbai. Asha fosters Fair Trade practices to aid marginalized and small scale handicraft producers whilst promoting the social and economic welfare of their artisans, and uses profits for social and community development.