Lindt and Ferrero: End child slave labour in your chocolate this Easter #childslavery

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Loyd Harp
8 years ago
I'm a bit baffled as to why this is a "victory." Child slavery has been an issue for years, decades even. And they're committing to be audited by 2020?!? 7 more years of slavery is not okay!

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Elaine Winchester
9 years ago
because children are our future and deserve respect

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Linda Livingston
9 years ago
Lindt has been my FAVORITE chocolate for years, but I won't buy you anymore. Not until you wake up. You can't hide what you do anymore.

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jasmine joseph
9 years ago
child labor is a mojor problem that people should not turn a blind eye to- for those who do or even support these companies you might as well be the one beating the children


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Jena Levasseur
9 years ago
I will not ever buy from your company again knowing that you are so unethical. Why is your chocolate so overpriced if you use such unfair trade practices?

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lana letterman
9 years ago
please eliminate forced child labor to harvest chocolate. I refuse to chase purchase your candy + will tell my friends to opt out of buying your produce

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Michael Howell
9 years ago
Have no card in organized crime.

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Leila McClelland
9 years ago
I hope that the big companies will stop enslaving children and provide schooling, dwelling and food instead

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Vicki de Bruin
9 years ago
Everyone has a right to be free of fear and to be treated with humanity. Children have the right to have an education and parents have the right to see their children grow with some healthy normality in their life.

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Bonita Dirk
9 years ago
I do not purchase chocolate that is not fair trade or otherwise guaranteed to benefit, not harm the producers.