A new report by Friends of the Earth, Tiny Ingredients, Big Risks [PDF], documents a tenfold increase in unregulated, unlabeled “nanofood” products on the American market since 2008. Not surprisingly, [ … ]
North America’s biggest chocolate manufacturer caves to domestic and international pressures and promises to go Fair Trade.
Conventional chocolate is often pretty wretched from an ethical standpoint. Like we’ve talked about before, chocolate production is often linked to child slavery. Thanks to public outcry, Hershey’s is looking to change that, but does that mean that all Hershey’s chocolate will be slavery-free?
Tens of thousands join campaign calling on Hershey’s Chocolate Company to refund fees foreign students paid for cultural exchange program they claim was “captive labor.”