Why you ask?
Over the last 40 years, the big international cocoa companies have whittled down the amount they pay to the cocoa farmer to $0.02 per chocolate bar.
For growing the cocoa trees, individually picking the almond-size beans, fending off snakes and fermenting the chocolate, a Ghana grower makes about $0.50 a day.
That is marginally above slave labour.
Women naturally identify, yet they still want their chocolate. When you buy fair trade chocolate, it is like giving the grower a 15% tip.
In return, you get ultra-rich, organic, top-quality chocolate. There are many brands of fair trade chocolate available. So this Valentine’s day, give it a whirl. It is addictively delicious and you look come across as sensitive and caring guy.
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