Why Fair Trade Chocolate Matters





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Published on Sep 22, 2015

Americans consume millions of pounds of chocolate per year, but where does it all come from?

Forced child labor and child trafficking are a rampant, documented problem in the conventional chocolate industry, but big companies have done little to solve this crisis. So what can you do?

Fair Trade chocolate means that cacao farmers are paid a fair price, that they are able to invest in their communities and land, and that their farms are free of forced child labor. By choosing Fair Trade chocolate, you support a system that is better for farmers, their families and the planet.

Say no to forced child labor. Choose Fair Trade chocolate.

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