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The Truth about Chocolate


Source: Oxfam America

Most cocoa workers live below the poverty line of $2 per day. With Mars, Mondelez and Nestlé sourcing more than a third of the world’s cocoa, their policies could help lift communities out of poverty and hunger! But they’re not doing enough to address inequalities faced by women cocoa farmers. This matters because it’s women who most often provide food for their families and those families in their community who are going hungry.