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CHILD LABOR AND SLAVERY IN THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY

CHILD LABOR AND SLAVERY IN THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY

CHILD LABOR AND SLAVERY IN THE CHOCOLATE INDUSTRY

In Africa, more than one in five children are forced to work in mines, quarries, and farms. However, other people have better working conditions. Any business does not want child labour in its supply chain. However, with an estimated 168 million children working in some capacity worldwide, including 12 million in manufacturing and industry and 98 million in agriculture, it is an unsettling reality of the globalisation of commodities that corporations cannot afford to ignore. Reading the most recent annual report on products created with child labour from the US Department of Labor is disturbing. The research claims that child…
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