With sales of fair trade-certified products increasing 15 percent in 2009, according to the global fair trade body Fairtrade Labelling Organizations International (FLO), expect to see many more products hitting the market this year. And even big companies such as chocolate-maker Green & Black’s and ice cream powerhouse Ben & Jerry’s are transitioning into 100 percent fair-trade companies. From new certifications to new products, here’s what’s on our radar.

Fair trade-certified apparel

Fair trade fabrics, particularly organic cotton, and fair prices for farmers and factory workers help prevent sweatshops. Look for athletic clothing, T-shirts, aprons, and tights.

Baking products

Because of the economic downturn, customers are heading back to the kitchen—and turning to fair trade for high-quality ingredients such as clove and cinnamon, along with products including gluten-free and organic cake and brownie mixes.

Mangoes

Fair trade Haitian mangoes have tripled the mango farmers’ income since 2004, helping improve the farmers’ quality of life and keep the forest intact.

Alchoholic beverages

Fair Trade Spirits is offering a new certification for high-end Fair Trade beverages from South Africa, Chile, and Argentina. Try certified vodka made with fair trade quinoa and organic French wheat or goji-berry liquor made with fair trade-certified sugar.

Sports balls

Soccer and rugby balls from Pakistan debuted nearly two years ago with limited distribution; this year, footballs, basketballs, and volleyballs may be bouncing around, too.

Personal care

In 2007, butter became the first fair trade-certified personal care product, but more and more now boast the label. The latest: Fair trade-certified sugar scrub. Other personal care ingredients include vanilla, shea butter, olive oil, and tea extracts.

Flowers

Ecuadorian fair trade flowers are increasing in popularity. Why to buy? They’re environmentally friendly and help support women’s education and empowerment.