End the trafficking of children in the production of our chocolate bars
  • Petitioned National Governments, European Parliament

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STOP THE TRAFFIK
National Governments, European Parliament

End the trafficking of children in the production of our chocolate bars

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      STOP THE TRAFFIK

The chocolate industry has had 10 years to eradicate child trafficking in West African cocoa plantations. So far, after earning over $1 trillion, their contribution to this cause is equal to the crumbs of the chocolate missing from this bar.

70% of the world’s cocoa is produced in West Africa, where many farms employ children that are trafficked and forced to work in conditions akin to slavery.

10 YEARS ago the biggest chocolate companies promised to get rid of child trafficking in the cocoa industry in West Africa.

10 YEARS on, despite their promises, we only have a tiny amount of Traffik Free chocolate.

10 YEARS have earned the cocoa industry $1 trillion. Only 0.0075% of this has been invested into improving working conditions in West Africa.

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    • emily keown HEALD GREEN, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      everyone should be free its our right

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    • Maribel de Aranoa BILBAO, SPAIN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Los niños deben ser respetados en todo el mundo.

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    • DAYA WHITAKER TACOMA, WA
      • almost 2 years ago

      BECAUSE THEY DESERVE TO PLAY AND BE CHILDREN AND DESERVE SOME CHOCOLATE BARS FOR FREE. THIS IS SICK. 606

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    • Lynn Juozilaitis AURORA, IL
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is horrible!

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    • Meganlerr Rivera CABO ROJO
      • almost 2 years ago

      becuase is sad and horrible

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