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Fair Trade and Chocolate Promoting a Fair and Sustainable Industry
The Global Nature of Chocolate South America Africa Asia
What Is Fair Trade? Above-market prices to growers No slavery used in production of cocoa Sustainable practices Benefits to trading partners’ communities
How Big Is Cocoa Fair Trade? Americans spend $13 billion a year on cocoa products More than 42,000 fair-trade cocoa farmers Fair-trade certified chocolate available from 10 origins
Ensuring Quality Cocoa importers work with fair-trade cooperatives Beans are tracked back to their origins Quality control of fermentation levels
Fair Trade and Chocolate Promoting a Fair and Sustainable Industry.
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Et maintenant……….. ………… pour la mauvaise nouvelle!
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