Serrv is "a nonprofit, fair trade organization dedicated to lifting disadvantaged artisans, farmers, and their families out of poverty."  They offer various ethically produced  spices, hot sauces, relishes, vinegar, olive oil and more.

Equal Exchange sells fair trade chocolate products made with cacoa sourced from small-scale farmer co-ops in Latin America.  They offer chocolate chips and baking cocoa.  (Equal Exchange chocolate products can also be found in many fair trade and organic stores across the U.S.--I love their chocolate chips!)

Spices & Baking

Mountain Maid partners with "local church members to produce products that provide a sustainable income."  They offer authentic Haitian vanilla concentrate.  (This is the best vanilla I have ever tried!   It tastes amazing added to coffee or baking recipes!!)

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The Mission Lazarus social enterprise "program exists to empower local Hondurans and Haitians, who would otherwise not have the opportunity, to learn artisan skills and sustainable business development training."  They offer yummy coffee cherry preserves from Honduras.

Certain spices and baking ingredients have been associated with forced and child labor.  Most notably: vanilla, cocoapalm oil and cumin.  Below are links to spices
and ingredients that are providing better agricultural jobs for parents so their children do not have to skip school and work long hours in unsafe conditions!

Askinosie Chocolate "practices Direct Trade with their cocoa farmer partners, building relationships and paying higher than fair trade prices for their quality beans."  They offer cocoa powder and baking chocolate.