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Solidarity Partners

SOLIDARITY PARTNERS IN THE USA

You can buy Canaan fair trade products online from our partners. Canaan is proud to partner with these national solidarity organizations and businesses to further the knowledge of fair trade and Palestine and to support our farmers:

Palestinian Arts & Crafts Trust (PACT) project has partnered with us to carry the entire assortment of Canaan brand Palestinian olive oils, couscous, za’atar and spreads, online and in their D.C. store,  to further their mission of maintaining markets for traditional Palestinian products and industries.

Trade As One includes Canaan foods in every Change for Good basket, and will ship you a single bottle of Canaan’s organic olive oil or fair trade Palestinian food from their website.  Trade as One will also partner large and small events supporting ethical purchasing which brings jobs to the developing world.

Palestine Online Store, your one-stop source for all things Palestinian, sells Canaan’s organic fair trade olive oils in all sizes and varietals, and our line of maftoul (Palestinian couscous), our spreads, and olive oil soap.

The Rebuilding Alliance  stocks our organic and fair trade maftoul and soap in their retail store in San Mateo, CA. Your purchase helps the Rebuilding Alliance rebuild homes and communities in regions of occupation and war. 

Playgrounds for Palestine has partnered with Canaan to sell our organic and fair trade olive oil as a fundraiser. PfP builds playgrounds as an act of love and solidarity with the plight of Palestinian children, in recognition of their humanity and as an affirmation of their right to childhood.