11, Mar

The Good Egg Guide for a Traffik-Free Easter

Author: admin2

ImageGoodEggGuideMuch of the chocolate that finds its way into our shops and homes is made with cocoa from Cote d’Ivoire plantations that use trafficked children. They are kidnapped or their families are tricked, forced to work in the cocoa plantations from an early age, for long hours, in dangerous working conditions, without any possibility of attending school.

A global movement has begun to change this. The movement tackles poverty and empowers producers who are doing the right thing. Farmers operating with Fairtrade Certification, Rainforest Alliance or UTZ Certified are engaging in good labour practices. Join the movement this Easter. Choose certified Traffik-Free chocolate, support the farmers and STOP THE TRAFFIK.

Download the Good Egg Guide 2015 to get your Traffik-Free chocolate








One Response to “The Good Egg Guide for a Traffik-Free Easter”

  1. Donna Gordon says:

    Thank you for the good egg guide for a Traffik-Free Easter!
    I have printed of class sets for our Year 3 cohort and sending these home inside our students’ homework bags.
    Also, I have printed an A3 version for our staff room.

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