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Tony's Chocolonely

Things aren't shared fairly in the chocolate supply chain. The chain starts with the millions of farmers that produce cocoa and ends with the billions of consumers that enjoy chocolate. But what about the bit in between? This section is dominated by a group of chocolate giants that profit from keeping the cocoa purchasing price as low as possible. For the farmers, this creates a poverty trap that leads to illegal child labour and modern slavery. Right now there is slavery on cocoa farms in West Africa. Tony’s Chocolonely exists to change that. Child labour and modern slavery are illegal and they have to stop. They invest in long-term partnerships with cocoa cooperatives and help the farmers operate more professionally. They pay the cocoa farmers a higher price and invest in providing them with agricultural knowledge and training so they can improve their productivity and earn a decent income. And last but not least, they make chocolate with traceable cocoa.

Things aren't shared fairly in the chocolate supply chain. The chain starts with the millions of farmers that produce cocoa and ends with the billions of consumers that enjoy chocolate. But what about the bit in between? This section is dominated by a group of chocolate giants that profit from keeping the cocoa purchasing price as low as possible. For the farmers, this creates a poverty trap that leads to illegal child labour and modern slavery. Right now there is slavery on cocoa farms in West Africa. Tony’s Chocolonely exists to change that. Child labour and modern slavery are illegal and they have to stop. They invest in long-term partnerships with cocoa cooperatives and help the farmers operate more professionally. They pay the cocoa farmers a higher price and invest in providing them with agricultural knowledge and training so they can improve their productivity and earn a decent income. And last but not least, they make chocolate with traceable cocoa.

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