Colombia Maps Potential for Sustainable Cocoa Industry

Colombia Maps Potential for Sustainable Cocoa Industry

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer Though Colombia is known for its coffee, the World Bank and its private sector-focused arm, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), have been working with the Colombian government to develop sustainable cocoa farming in the Orinoquía region. This project could support rural farmers, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, prevent deforestation, and […]

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A Word About Your Halloween Candy….

A Word About Your Halloween Candy….

The Washington Post has written two pieces this year that examined the two biggest issues plaguing the chocolate industry: child labor and deforestation.

Chocolate companies have made and failed to meet commitments to both. 

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