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Fair Trade Kenyan Olivewood Salad Servers with Polka Dotted Bone Handles

$ 38.00

Product Description

These Fair Trade hand carved olivewood salad servers by Swahili are made by artisans in Kenya and are accented with ethically sourced, upcycled bone inlay. Wood is sustainably harvested or reclaimed. Beautiful and fun, this fork and spoon serving set make a useful, affordable and unique gift.

Dimensions: 12"L x 3.5"W x 0.6"T

Please Note: To extend the longevity of this beautiful set, hand wash in warm water, dry and rub lightly with a coat of olive or food safe mineral oil. Not dishwasher safe. 

About Swahili and Their Commitments:

Artisan Advancement

Swahili believes that hardworking African artisans, producers and export agents hold the key to their own personal success, and that the path to success requires a steady, committed pace. Swahili extends each artisan's channel of trade from local markets to the global marketplace, all the while allowing artisans to work from the comfort of their own homes and communities. Secure in the knowledge that the fair payment they receive will not be reduced by traveling expenses, childcare costs and haggled prices, most artisans in the Swahili network promote their family's future by using earnings to put food on the table and pay educational expenses for their children.


Swahili is a member of the Fair Trade Federation, a group of like-minded companies and organizations that adhere to:

  • providing fair payment to workers in developing nations
  • educating artisans and workers to increase their potential for advancement
  • ensuring the rights of children
  • developing products and processes that protect and conserve the natural environment
  • promoting fair trade as the standard in commercial exchanges

Swahili is also a Shared Interest fair trade loan facility holder. As the world’s only 100% fair trade lender, the Shared Interest cooperative currently lends over 33 million pounds yearly to both producers in developing nations and the buyers who distribute their goods worldwide. Shared Interest funds, invested completely by members with UK bank accounts, today facilitate fair trade transactions in 36 nations around the world. In 2004 the organization founded the Shared Interest Foundation to provide business training to marginalized producers, furthering the sustainability of cooperative investments. The Shared Interest Society received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2008.

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