Self Improvement

Stop Supporting Child Slavery By Avoiding These 6 Companies.

  • We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing throug. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love, … and then we return home.

  • steering clear….

  • always has been a certainty.

  • That’s an eye opener , but typical of this sick money hungry world . Jehovah God will not let his beautiful creations be ruined for much longer Ps37:10,11

  • I understand what they are trying to do with this report but i’ve seen reports like this and in poor countries families send their kids to work to try to make ends meet.. When reports like this come out and co get boycotted those kids loose that little income they have pushing families to prostitute

  • I’m so happy to learn that. Thank god I don’t like neither of them ! I wonder is Lindt any better?

  • Michelia Miles

    For any kiwis reading this article, Trade Aid chocolate is a great brand to buy to ensure a relationship-based, clean and transparent supply chain.

  • Nicky Jeppesen

    We cant get any of the non child labor kind here in Denmark as far as i know

  • Guest

    Equal Exchange has an amazing, socially justice co-op supply chain, as well, and they do a great deal of education around child slavery in the chocolate industry. Perhaps update the list of socially conscious companies? Thanks for raising awareness on this important issue.

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