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  • Eugenia Sho Belize Cacao Grower

    Ten Tantalizing Chocolate Facts

    12 September 2017 by Kyle Freund, Digital Content Manager

    Some say life without chocolate wouldn’t be worth living, but how much do you really know about this indulgent treat? Break open a bar, plop on the sofa, and spend a few minutes learning what makes Fairtrade chocolate so good - and how Fairtrade farmers' efforts to improve their businesses, adapt to climate change, and assure human rights help ensure the future of chocolate.

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  • ivory coast cocoa

    Realizing Cocoa's Full Potential in the Ivory Coast

    15 November 2016 by Bryan Lew, Director of Business Development, Fairtrade America

    This week, Fairtrade America and Endangered Species Chocolate are visiting cacao farmers in the Ivory Coast. Bryan Lew gives a window into what trips like this are like.

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  • Draman Sesame of Fairtrade co-op ECOJAD in Ivory Coast

    Millennials, we believe in you…

    21 June 2016 by Kyle Freund, Digital Content Manager

    Are millennials ethical shopping hypocrites? New research highlighted by NPR today looked at millennials and how they buy chocolate – or not. While much has been made of their dedication and interest in all things local, organic and fair trade, a study from researchers at Kansas State University claims that when it comes to chocolate, this group looks no further than what’s at hand. But we at Fairtrade believe they’re better than that.

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  • Fairtrade Cocoa Worker

    Release: Children’s Involvement in West African Cocoa Production: Supporting Farmer Organizations to Lead

    4 August 2015 by Fairtrade America Media Team

    The following statement comes from Fairtrade International.

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