Trade Aid Wellington – The Trade Aid stores that we know today look very different, but the goal is still the same - to ...

Congratulations Commonsense Organics on 25 years! Here's to your incredible contribution to the fair trade movement!

Marion Wood and Jim Kebbell were at the heart of Trade Aid Wellington's beginning years.
- In their words;
"Commonsense Organics has very close ties to the fair trade movement in New Zealand. The first Trade Aid store in Wellington was started in 1974 by Commonsense co-founders Jim Kebbell and Marion Wood. The store was called Every Little Body and was upstairs in the Resistance Bookshop - on Christmas Eve the store sold a whopping $90 worth of fair trade goods. The Trade Aid stores that we know today look very different, but the goal is still the same - to make a difference in the world through the promotion of socially conscious shopping and fair trade. "
  • Phone number(s)Phone 04-499 1839
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  • Location(s)86-96 Victoria St, Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand 6011
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