Seven Yummy Fair-Trade and Global Do-Gooder Foods

Use your purchasing power to snag some of the tastiest foods on the planet all while dabbling in a bit of global philanthropy.

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Himalaya Soliga Forest Organic Honey
Photo Courtesy of The Himalaya Drug Company

Himalaya Soliga Forest Organic Honey

Dark in color and rich in taste, you’ll want to reserve distinct Himalaya Soliga Forest Organic Honey as a finishing touch to drizzle on fresh fruits like figs or maybe a slice of toast. It’s sustainably harvested by a nature-loving indigenous tribe (the Soliga) living in the forests of Southern India. In recent years the tribe has struggled with poverty as laws forbid them to grow and hunt on their native forest land.

Social Mission: A health care products company pays 1,000 honey collectors fair trade prices for their harvest, an income that allows tribe members to live and work in the same sustainable way they have for hundreds of years.

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