They buy a lot of chocolate produced from questionable labour sources.
Well-known for participating in fair trade, and known to be slavery free
produces chocolate made without slavery
They source cacao produced without slavery
the cacao they source is rainforest alliance certified
This chocolate company is fair trade and does not use child labor.
The fact that
This company is an independent, cooperatively owned organization with over 100 worker-owners with an equal stake and vote in the business. The cacao is obtained from small farmer co-ops in Dominican Republic, Panama, Ecuador, Peru. Sugar Cane is from Paraguay and vanilla from Madagascar. Their chocolate offerings are always organic. The same is true of their coffee. They sell to retail stores and also serve a large interfaith group of churches and synagogues
From what I've researched myself they know where their chocolate is sourced, who is harvesting it, and have intimate relationships with their farmers, and care about sustainable environmental issues for their growers and workers too. If all of this is true I would like to see buyers encouraged to try their products.
I want to know how their chocolate is produced.
Clear stand on keeping chocolate slave-free
They state on the packaging 100% slavery free & Fair Trade certified.
Mondelez would not disclose the origins of their cocoa beans according to http://foodispower.org/chocolate-list/
Started the slave free chocolate movement, has great info about the problem on all their labels
mondelez are selling cocoa life products
Fair trade chocolate sourcing as well as profit sharing with cocoa farmers.
They use chocolate from good sources
Tony's are campaigning to end slavery in the chocolate production chain, and are leading by example
Certified fair trade chocolate
Part of the Nestle lawsuits about using slave labor
non gmo verified chocolate that is ethicaly sourced and rainforest alliance certified