The dark side of chocolate and child trafficking. Today, what do these chocolate companies like Nestle, Mars, Hershey, Cadbury and others who produce their chocolate bars say about child slavery and trafficking in the international chocolate industry?
Is there Child Slavery in these chocolate bars that so many human beings love to eat today? Say it isn't so. When a person eats chocolate or drinks hot chocolate on a cold winter day or sends chocolate gifts to someone they love, do they know that the chocolate that they love to eat and give to others with love and kindness in their heart is made using child slaves; do they know these innocent children were kidnapped from their families and sold into slavery.
Raising consciousness in regards to the slavery of youngsters and abuses that taint the overwhelming majority of chocolate products, and to encourage and facilitate actions aimed at ending these abuses. This article is also dedicated to the youngsters who are victims of chocolate slavery and exploitation.
Welcome to the dark side of chocolate! The connection between chocolate candy and child cruelty and the slavery of children.
Hundreds of thousands of children, 286,000 child slaves on the Ivory Coast alone; continue to work on cocoa plantations in Ghana and the Ivory Coast, in accordance with a 2009 Tulane University research of the cocoa industry. But Mars, which makes Snickers and M&Ms had $30 billion in international gross sales in 2008 and Nestle's profits over $65 billion in annual sales; Nestle, Mars, Hershey, Cadbury and more companies produce their blood chocolate products that a person simply eats everyday not knowing that these chocolate bars were produced with child slavery. Children are being kidnapped and sold to these plantations to harvest product for these greedy chocolate companies. Now, a person has to ask one self what is the difference between people who deal in child pornography or drug dealers who target children or...
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