How to make your Christmas more fair trade - Boho City London

How to make your Christmas more fair trade

by Rachel Davies November 21, 2016

How to make your Christmas more fair trade

We're not even December yet and Christmas bashing has been hitting hard on TV ads. I think if I hear another jingle bells I'm gonna scream. I know Christmas is only a month away and I'm the one organising the family party this year. I will try to be the super organised girl trying to avoid the last minute rush to the shops fighting for the last pack of chestnuts! 

The mad shopping frenzy that goes with Christmas makes us look like a headless chicken running from one shop to the other, lets try to be wiser this year and more ethical in our Christmas shopping, here are some ideas for your fair-trade food and gifts.

1. Organic Turkey. You can find organic turkey in any shop, like chicken it's become main stream, even supermarkets like M&S and Waitrose are giving you the choice, or have it delivered straight to your door ordering from Abel and Cole or Ocado, book your slot soon or you will be stuck with no deliveries left, trust me I've made the mistake before, oops!

2. Buy your veg form the local farmers market or have them delivered from Eversfield Farm in Devon, find your nearest local farmers' market here.

3.Organic Chocolate Hamper, a selection of the finest chocolate all organic from Chocolate trading and co, the ultimate indulgence unless you don't like chocolate! There will be someone in your entourage who will be delighted by it!

4.Ethically crafted bag, for a night out in town with a touch of boho glam to a little black dress? Accessorise it with this baguette silk clutch ethically crafted from La Vie Devant Soie

5.Organic Beauty gift. Be part of the butterfly effect with these organic beauty gift sets from Green People launching a special gift collection in partnership with butterfly Conservation.

How will you play Christmas this year do you believe that being more ethical and buying organic will make a difference to your Christmas? Add your comments below.


Rachel Davies
Rachel Davies


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