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Ethical/Fair Trade Shops in Luton

Fair Deal World Shop

605 Hitchin Road
Stopsley
Luton
Bedfordshire
LU2 7UW
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Specialist fair trade shop also offering you eco-friendly cleaning materials and cruelty free toiletries.
You'll find us in Stopsley opposite Barclays Bank and the entrance to a large free car park. We offer a peaceful atmosphere for browsing with no pressure to buy.
People travel to us to access a wide choice in fairtrade foods and beverages. They also come for fairly traded silver and costume jewellery, greeting cards and gifts, natural incense and hand crafted household items both practical and decorative.
The shop is an Ecover Refill station and many customers bring their empty containers to be refilled on the spot or collected later.
The shop is open Monday to Saturday inclusive from 10am to 5pm plus, by arrangement, we open out of hours for small groups.

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