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Harvest Basket
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Harvest Basket

Woven seagreass

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£17.00
Harvest Basket
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  • Description

    A small harvest basket is just what you need when you go for a potter round the vegetable garden to collect fruit and vegetables.  Harvesting is one of the highlights of growing your own and this basket makes it even more pleasurable.  Whatever the season you should be able to fit enough fruit and veg into it for a whole meal.  Its also good for collecting eggs and small cut flowers.

    The basket is woven from hogla which is the Bangladeshi term for seagrass.  It is not as rigid as wicker but is strong enough to retain its shape and hold plenty of produce.  Hogla is a sustainable, eco-friendly material.

    Handmade by a fair trade organisation that supports small marginalised communities in Bangladesh.

    32 x 16cm

  • Delivery

    We offer two types of delivery:

    • Standard Delivery via post is £5.95. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
    • Next Working Day For an additional £4.00, your order will be delivered the next working day.

    For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

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    Maison Bengal

    Maison Bengal

    Fairtrade baskets from Bangladesh

    Maison Bengal was set up in 2004 by Sheenagh Day as a way of providing marginalised communities in Bangladesh with a means for practical empowerment.  Bangladesh has come a long way since 2004 and has met several of its Millennium Development Goals, but it remains a low income country with substantial poverty, inequality and deprivation.  This is why the work of Maison Bengal and others like it continues to be so important.

    Maison Bengal believes that a fair wage is just the first step in fair trade. A long term trading relationship is equally important to the producers, as is an understanding of the challenges they face in their daily lives. In a country like Bangladesh, this includes the monsoon, seasonal flooding and rice harvests.  In addition many of the communities have no electricity, no running water, no road infrastructure and very limited healthcare.

    The primary raw material for Maison Bengal’s products is hogla, which is the Bangladeshi name for sea grass.  Hogla is a versatile and sustainable crop that is invaluable to these communities.  The young succulent leaves are a forage crop for animals, the pollen grains are used for baking and the mature leaves are woven into any number of household products like baskets and mats.

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Meet the Producer

Description

A small harvest basket is just what you need when you go for a potter round the vegetable garden to collect fruit and vegetables.  Harvesting is one of the highlights of growing your own and this basket makes it even more pleasurable.  Whatever the season you should be able to fit enough fruit and veg into it for a whole meal.  Its also good for collecting eggs and small cut flowers.

The basket is woven from hogla which is the Bangladeshi term for seagrass.  It is not as rigid as wicker but is strong enough to retain its shape and hold plenty of produce.  Hogla is a sustainable, eco-friendly material.

Handmade by a fair trade organisation that supports small marginalised communities in Bangladesh.

32 x 16cm

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Delivery

We offer two types of delivery:

  • Standard Delivery via post is £5.95. For orders over £100 standard delivery is free of charge.
  • Next Working Day For an additional £4.00, your order will be delivered the next working day.

For Delivery to the Scottish Highlands, UK islands or international addresses, please see our full delivery details.

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

How do you rate this product? *

1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars 5 stars

Meet the Producer

Maison Bengal

Maison Bengal

Fairtrade baskets from Bangladesh

Maison Bengal was set up in 2004 by Sheenagh Day as a way of providing marginalised communities in Bangladesh with a means for practical empowerment.  Bangladesh has come a long way since 2004 and has met several of its Millennium Development Goals, but it remains a low income country with substantial poverty, inequality and deprivation.  This is why the work of Maison Bengal and others like it continues to be so important.

Maison Bengal believes that a fair wage is just the first step in fair trade. A long term trading relationship is equally important to the producers, as is an understanding of the challenges they face in their daily lives. In a country like Bangladesh, this includes the monsoon, seasonal flooding and rice harvests.  In addition many of the communities have no electricity, no running water, no road infrastructure and very limited healthcare.

The primary raw material for Maison Bengal’s products is hogla, which is the Bangladeshi name for sea grass.  Hogla is a versatile and sustainable crop that is invaluable to these communities.  The young succulent leaves are a forage crop for animals, the pollen grains are used for baking and the mature leaves are woven into any number of household products like baskets and mats.

Tell Me More