Confirm your chocolate isn't coming from child slavery

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laura schleifer
4 years ago
Non-dairy ice cream is wonderful, but nothing makes chocolate taste more bitter than the suspicion that it was produced by enslaved children. Please confirm that this isn't the case.

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Shane Axcell
5 years ago
I want to know where the chocolate is sourced from.

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Kelly Baker
5 years ago
I prefer only to support ethical companies that do not benefit from child or slave labor.

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Kiah Dremel
5 years ago
I believe Ben and Jerry would agree with this petition. Please don't let Unilever stop you from doing what is right! From a lifelong B&J fan.

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Annalisa Robbins
5 years ago
I enjoy your vegan ice cream but will no longer purchase until you can confirm that your chocolate is not sourced from regions known to use slave labor and/or child labor.

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Susan Cole
5 years ago
I would like to eat Ben & Jerry's vegan ice cream but not if it comes from exploiting children in the cacao fields

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Tabitha Mars
5 years ago
If humans suffer for your product, it isn't "cruelty free." I love Ben & Jerry's for caring about the world - they can do better!

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Bimala Spencer
5 years ago
I wouldn't want to consume non-dairy (vegan) ice-cream and then learn that children have been exploited in the making of it which defeats the whole purpose of cruelty free and exploitation free.

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vincent rankin
5 years ago
Showing support for vwpa

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Denise Hoskins
5 years ago
This is an opportunity to show leadership by producing a delicious product without human or animal exploitation. Manufacturers should be ensuring they source chocolate from ethical production processes - without child labour - and sending a clear message about to competitors and customers.