Partners and Brands

At Create Fair Trade, we source most of our goods from Fair Trade organisations, start-up co-operatives and small groups endeavouring to practice the Fair Trade principals but without the means to obtain a guarantee. We have expanded our range to include ethical and environmentally sustainable products.

Create Fair Trade supports grass roots small producers to stay sustainable and encourage them to practice fair trade principals. We are committed to developing long-term relationships with these groups so the dialogue about fair working conditions can continue.

Read more about some of our suppliers:

Women's Skills Development Organisation (WSDO)

A Nepalese organisation focussed on creating and sustaining employment opportunities for women to become financially independent. WSDO enables marginalised women to learn and develop new skills related to making handicrafts, transforming their lives and communities.

NLT from Nepal

The Nepal Leprosy Trust (NLT) provides services to people affected by leprosy in Nepal. NLT has worked for over 42 years in Nepal, partnering with the government and other organisations to provide medical treatment, social education and village development projects.

NLT built and operates the only major leprosy services centre in southeast Nepal, where the prevalence of leprosy is among the highest in the country.

In addition to this, NLT has a workshop in Kathmandu that produces high quality products using leather, cloth, felt and batik. This workshop provides employment for people marginalised by leprosy, disability, and other causes, and has been producing for over 30 years.

Small Producers from Nepal

At Create Fair Trade, we work with a number of small producers groups across Nepal to source ethically-made products. We maintain relationships with each of these to ensure ethical practices are maintained including fair wages, working conditions, and supporting marginalised people.

Karma East

An Australian-based business focussing on ethically sourced clothing, accessories and homewares crafted by village people and ethnic minorities in India and Thailand. Karma East clothing embraces traditional handicrafts and natural and sustainable fibres, with a heavy emphasis on hand-dyed cottons, hand-printed fabrics, and hand embroidery.

San Marco

An Australian-owned label specialising in artisan jewellery, ethically sourced and handcrafted in Mexico by the Gomez family. Each piece is intricately created from miniature flowers which are hand-picked from their garden, dried and designed with Sterling Silver casing into beautiful unique works of art.

Inside Africa

Committed to sourcing unique, quality products and supporting the communities who craft them, Inside Africa is Australia largest importer of quality African goods including bolga baskets, arts, instruments, and jewellery.

La Sierra

Created using Alpaca, one of the most sustainable fibres on the planet, La Sierra’s pieces are handcrafted with traditional methods by Indigenous artisans in Ecuador and Peru. La Sierra follows fair trade principles, enabling artisan communities to make a sustainable living for their families.

Apple Green Duck

Aiming to break the consumer habit of single use plastic bags and switch to reusable and recyclable alternatives, Apple Green Duck is an innovative range of funky reusable shopping bags.aiming to break the consumer habit of single use plastic bags and switch to reusable and recyclable alternatives, Apple Green Duck is an innovative range of funky reusable shopping bags.

Import Ants

Using sustainable vegetable fibres to create beautiful natural alternatives that replace plastics in the home, Import Ants supports ethical manufacturing in Fair Trade communities in Sri Lanka.

Possi Tees

Beautiful, high-quality t-shirts displaying simple, positive and powerful messages of hope and positivity to inspire and also serve as a reminder for those that wear them that they matter.


A social enterprise in Peru that specialises in quality Fair Trade products, each carrying the name of the woman who made it. These products create dignified work for the female artisans, and the immediate opportunity to support themselves and their family.


Working with small family-based suppliers, Ombak draws inspiration from Indonesia and Thailand to produce beautiful and bright women’s clothing. Ombak is passionate about paying fair wages, ensuring safe and friendly work environments, and absolutely no child labour.

Billy Goat Designs

Through their long-established relationships with leather suppliers in India, Billy Goat Designs is Australia’s leading supplier of handmade goat and buffalo leather products.