Lizzie 276 Posted February 11 I read an article that listed some items that you should always make sure to buy Fairtrade, for example bananas, chocolate, and coffee. Of course, ideally you want all the groceries in your bags to be Fairtrade, but these were examples of items that were the most crucial. I find it very easy to find Fairtrade goods in "normal" supermarkets in Sweden, but in Spain I feel like it's more of a mission to find. What are some items you always buy Fairtrade, and would rather not buy at all if you can't find a Fairtrade option? And has this changed your behaviour in terms of your consumption in many ways?