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  • Ideas without Borders Tote Bag

    Limited edition 100% cotton tote bag printed on two sides to celebrate the relaunch of New Internationalist magazine, designed by Emma Louise Peer. Learn More
    £3.95

  • Turtletastic Shopper

    ARTHOUSE Unlimited sturdy fair trade organic cotton shopper celebrating the ancient beauty of turtles and also helping you to reduce the plastic use that threatens their habitat.Size: 40cm (not including handles) x 36cm x10cm (gusset). Learn More
    £8.50

  • Against Modern Slavery Statement Duffle Bags

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    21 million people around the world are victims of forced labour. Show your support for the abolition of modern slavery by toting one of these fair-trade, organic-cotton drawstring bags, which are made at a factory in India that gives women trapped in the sex trade a chance to regain control of their lives in a caring community. The heavy-duty cotton and strong cord make the bag perfect for carrying gym kit or your shopping. Black/pink. Learn More
  • Medjoul Dates

    The ‘Medjoul’ is the finest of dates. It is grown in the Jericho area which has the perfect climate for producing these delicious, soft and succulent dates. They are sourced through the ‘Palm Farmers Cooperative’ and are a vital source of income in this area.

    Dates are one of the oldest tree crops cultivated by man. More than 5000 years ago this valuable tree helped sustain the desert and nomadic peoples of the Middle East and North Africa.

    Medjoul dates have been called the “king of dates” and the “crown jewel of dates.” Like most dates, the fruit is dried prior to being eaten. What really makes these dried wonders so special is that they are exceptionally large, contain a large amount of “fruit meat,” and are extremely sweet. Each center of the date has an elongated pit, which is easy to remove. Despite its sweetness, a couple of medjool dates only contain about 90 calories. They’re a good source of fiber and contain high levels of potassium, magnesium, copper and manganese. They do have a significant amount of fruit sugar, but this can make them a perfect alternative to other forms of dessert.

    The “Medjoul” variety is produced in Jericho and the Jordan Valley in Palestine, and in some other places like California, USA.

    Medjoul dates are usually eaten fresh as a desert after lunch or dinner. They are also used as an ingredient of different kinds of sweets and in packing as a paste.

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