Full Lists
Full lists of Fairtrade suppliers can be found online for Milton Keynes, Oxford, and Reading .

Supermarkets
Most supermarkets now stock at least some Fairtrade products – and some have a very wide range.

Speciality Shops

Holland and Barrett carry Maya Gold chocolates and Tropical Wholefoods dried fruit. Some are also testing out a Fairtrade honey.

Oxfam Shops generally offer a wide range of Traidcraft goods including pasta, rice and sugar; they also offer Tropical Wholefoods dried fruits, Maya Gold, Dubble and Divine chocolate, CafeDirect and Tea Direct, and (at Christmas time) Village Bakery biscuits and cakes.

Shops Specialising in Fair-Trade Products
Within our diocese, many shops are dedicated to selling fairly traded products. The following are among those selling a wide range.

Faringdon

The Mustard Seed
19 Market Place, Faringdon SN7 7HP; (01367) 244821 Open daily, Monday through Friday, 9 to 5, Saturday, 9 to 1.

Grove

The Cornerstone
Grovelands Shopping Centre, Savile Way, Grove; (01235) 772280 Open daily, Monday through Saturday, 10 to 4.

Milton Keynes

The Kiosk
Church of Christ the Cornerstone, Central MK; 01908 230622 Open Monday through Friday, 10 to 4, Saturday, 10.30 to 2.30

Oxford

Fairtrade at St Michael’s
St. Michael at the Northgate, Cornmarket, Oxford; 01865 722505 Open Monday through Saturday, 10 to 5.

The Windmill
104 London Road, Headington, Oxford OX3 9AJ ;  01865 236944; www.headingtonfairtrade.org.uk; mail@headingtonfairtrade.org.uk .
Open Monday through Saturday, 9:30 to 5:30.

Reading

RISC
35-39 London Street, Reading; 0118 958 6692 Open Monday to Friday, 9:30 – 5:30 (7:30, Th), Saturday, 10 to 6.

Woodstock

One Village is an independent foundation begun in 1979. As well as online shopping One Village supplies independent shops all over Britain. You can visit the One Village Outlet shop on the A44 in Woodstock, near Oxford, on the edge of the Cotswolds.