Even a beginner can fill the kitchen with delicious smells when you give scone mix from the Women's Bean Project and handmade Jam. Fair Trade utensils will make it all look good too. Plus your recipient gets the knowledge that they're making an impact: each box is labeled with the name of the woman who packed it.
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Includes: butter crock, olive wood knife, peach/ ginger jam, cream scone mix, and an orange stripe napkin
Cream scone mix and jam made in the USA
Butter crock made in Vietnam
Knife made in Tunisia
Napkin made in Guatemala
Who made this product? Disadvantaged women in the USA work with the Women's Bean Project to gain meaningful skills and practical business knowledge. Ten Thousand Villages is a global marker-to-market movement and works with artisans in developing countries across the world. Le Souk Olivique is a Fair Trade company that works with artisans in Tunisia. El Tun is run by four brothers in Guatemala who make their textiles on traditional foot looms.
Why is it ethical? Women's Bean Project trains women to be self-sufficient and resilient through social enterprise. Le souk, El Tun, and Ten Thousand villages focuses on ensuring that their makers earn a living wage. All of the artisans in these groups use traditional techniques within their crafts to celebrate their heritage and culture while being part of the global market.