Look out for the FTL logo to ensure you're buying from genuine FTL certified suppliers!

By buying products from Fair Trade Laos certified shops you are putting a premium on higher ethical and environmental standards. Every Fair Trade Laos certified product you buy helps alleviate poverty, empowers the disadvantaged, protects traditional skills and knowledge and directly improves the quality of life for local producers and farmers especially women.

Buying Fair Trade Laos items ensures high-quality, ethically produced items which are 100% Lao made.

Whether you are just travelling in Laos or living in Laos, Fair Trade Laos certified shops have a range of fair trade products to buy, from gifts and souvenirs to fashion, homewares, food and drink products. Show you support for the impoverished people of Laos, fair work conditions, pay and better environmental standards by buying fair trade! Together we can make changes in Laos, one fair trade product purchased at a time.

Who are FTL members?

Fair Trade Laos members are small and medium sized enterprises, local nonprofit organisations and producer groups that doing business on organic agriculture and handicraft. FTL currently have 10 members. However, FTL has certified demand growth in tourism sector especially hotels and restaurants in the recent year.

Click the logo's below to find out more information about each FTL member.

Ock Pop Tok

Award Winning Textiles from Luang Prabang

Ma Té Sai

Handmade Textiles,  Homewares, Clothing, Bath & Beauty Products

Le Artisans Lao

Natural Household Cleaning, Skincare & Beauty Products

Lao Mountain Coffee

Artisan coffee roasting company based in Vientiane

Coffee Producers Cooperative

Certified Organic Arabica & Robuster Coffee

Lao Disabled Women’s Development Centre

Handmade Homewares, Fashion Items, Recycled and Handmade Paper Products


Organic Tea, Beans, Rice, Vegetables, Soap & more

Mai Savanh Lao

Handwoven Lao Silk Scarves & Handpicked Organic Tea


Village Handicrafts from the Heart of Laos

Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre

Non-profit Museum & Fine Ethnic Handicrafts Boutique