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All is Fair (Trade) in Love and Chocolate

All is Fair (Trade) in Love and Chocolate

Robin Madel writes of her personal hunt for socially responsible and delicious chocolate. As an enthusiastic chocolate lover, Robin reflects: “Beyond the ecosystem impacts of industrial chocolate production, human rights violations such as child labor abuse associated with most cocoa farms are common and unfortunate." For consumers, buying chocolate involves supporting a broader political and social system behind the product. Learn more about Fair Trade chocolate and scores from Robins chocolate tasting!

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