Category Archives: Fair Trade Businesses

Fair Trade Atlanta Businesses

Bond Organic Market
535B Gresham Ave Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 596-8377
A local organic market, Bond offers many organic & fair trade products such as tea, coffee, sugar and fresh produce. Bond’s mission is to bring your family REAL food from farm to fork.
Neighborhood: East Atlanta Village, Riverside coming soon!

Corner Cup
625 Lawrenceville Highway Decatur, Georgia
(770) 674-5721
Fun coffee shop that values the local community in everything from the way they greet you to the pastries they serve. Their coffee is from Beanealogy,  an Atlanta-based roasting company which provides organic, sustainable and direct seed-to-cup coffee from a family farm in Nicaragua.
Neighborhood: North Decatur/Clarkston

3032 N Decatur Rd, Scottdale, GA 30079
(404) 299-9979
Re:loom employs and empowers homeless and low-income individuals through weaving beautifully-designed products out of recycled materials.
Neighborhood: Scottdale

Abyssinia Cafe Grocery
926 Montreal Rd E # 3, Clarkston, GA 30021
(404) 296-9014
A local Ethiopian cafe and grocery store. You’ll be sure to hear cool stories and meet interesting people when you are there!
Neighborhood: Clarkston

Ten Thousand Villages
1056 St Charles Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 892-5307
THE PLACE for fair trade shopping in Atlanta, selling fair-trade handicrafts & housewares from Asia, Africa, Latin America & the Middle East.
Neighborhood: Virginia Highlands

Buenos Dias Cafe
30 Decatur St SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 584-0444
Authentic Cuban cafe serving fair trade coffee and local produce. Located in the heart of downtown, Buenos Dias brings ethically sourced breakfasts/ lunches to the Capitol area
Neighborhood: Downtown

Refugee Sewing Society
3895 Church Street Clarkston, GA 30021
Open Monday – Wednesday 11AM – 4PM
The Refugee Sewing Society creates handmade items by resettled refugee women in Clarkston, GA. They use traditional fabrics from their home countries – along with vintage, repurposed, and sustainable materials.
Neighborhood: Clarkston

Trades of Hope
Too many women live in poverty, not because they lack abilities, but because they lack opportunity. Trades of Hope gives women opportunities for a better life. Each woman has a story, and with the help of Trades of Hope, their story has changed from pain and struggle to a story of hope!
Stephanie, a local contact for TOH, sells ethically-produced fashion accessories & home decor items online and at various local events.

Honest Tea
A business partner committed to producing organic, high quality and fair trade tea, as well as empowering their employees. Honest Tea products are available wherever you buy your favorite bottled beverages.
Neighborhood: Everywhere in Atlanta; available at many supermarkets such as Publix, Kroger, and Target.