blogging gobbledygook and such

Blogging block due to nonexistence of drama worthy of a blog post and birthday blues which will blog about when am not feeling so blooooooo.

Anyway, a little something for the loyal reader.

chocolate

HOW MUCH CHOCOLATE DO YOU EAT IN A WEEK?
One form of trafficking is the use of children to harvest the cocoa beans on farms in Cote D’Ivoire. These children are likely to be working to make your chocolate.

Read the Good Chocolate Guide to know which chocolate brands are traffik-free guaranteed.

Also read Chaga & the Chocolate Factory, a children’s story about chocolate trafficking by Bob Hartman.

Comments on: "Could you be eating chocolate harvested by trafficked children?" (1)

  1. evil that is. There’s children trafficking involved in everything though. You just need to come and see what it’s like in here. Not only chocolates, every steel mill and every chips factory uses kids for their benefit. They don’t crib, are more efficient and you can easily “dispose” them off when you don’t wanna give them the salaries. Even though it’s illegal but laws are hardly followed in our country

    sulz: laws are hardly followed in most third-world countries, aren’t they?

    hopefully chocolate lovers would feel more guilty about encouraging people trafficking from buying certain chocolates than the amount of calories consumed from the chocolate!

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