That sweet chocolate might be the source of child labor somewhere

About 1.56 million children—many as young as five—are engaged in the back-breaking work of harvesting cocoa for that chocolate in Ivory Coast and Ghana. Those two West African countries together supply about 70% of the world’s cocoa beans, the raw ingredient for the bars and treats made by the likes of Hershey, Mars, and Nestlé. ThatContinue reading “That sweet chocolate might be the source of child labor somewhere”