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Women and the big business of chocolate

Chocolate is a $100 billion industry, but most cocoa farmers live on less than $2 a day. Among them, women in particular are more likely to face poverty, low wages, and discrimination.

To help, you don’t need to stop buying your favorite candy. Instead, get the facts about cocoa and the companies behind the brands. Then take action and let them know exactly what needs to change.

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Anna Kramer

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