1. UPDATE 1-Ivory Coast, Ghana add 'living income' cocoa premium to fight poverty  Reuters
  2. Child labor is still a huge problem in cocoa industry  Treehugger
  3. View full coverage on Google News
Top global cocoa producers Ivory Coast and Ghana have imposed a fixed "living income differential" of $400 a tonne on all cocoa contracts sold by either country for the 2020/21 season, an official letter seen by Reuters shows.Top global cocoa producers Ivory Coast and Ghana have imposed a fixed "livi...

UPDATE 1-Ivory Coast, Ghana add 'living income' cocoa premium to fight poverty - Reuters

After decades of promising reforms, chocolate companies have failed to deliver.After decades of promising reforms, chocolate companies have failed to deliver.

Child labor is still a huge problem in cocoa industry | TreeHugger

“The world’s leading cocoa producers, Ghana / Ivory Coast, are joining in an attempt to raise the commodity’s price, a move that will boost farmer incomes, reduce the incidence of child labor & give farmers a more equitable cut of global chocolate profits. https://t.co/PsePGvLGz5”

Danielle Nierenberg on Twitter: "The world’s leading cocoa producers, Ghana / Ivory Coast, are joining in an attempt to raise the commodity’s price, a move that will boost farmer incomes, reduce the incidence of child labor & give farmers a more equitable cut of global chocolate profits. https://t.co/PsePGvLGz5"