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1 Jun 2005

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Global Exchange

[PDF] full report: "The news on chocolate is bittersweet: no progress on child labor, but fair trade chocolate is on the rise"

This report documents these two trends: the lack of movement in the chocolate industry as a whole on the issue of illegal child labor and the forward movement by consumers who are concerned about the working conditions of cocoa workers and have begun demanding Fair Trade chocolate. [refers to Cargill, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Bollore, Nestlé, Mars, Hershey]