Nestle to probe West African cocoa farms for suspected child labor
As the holidays approach, many of us find ourselves guiltily gorging on sweets. But that chocolate in the candy dish may take on an unexpectedly bitter taste with the revelation that more than 100,000 children are routinely forced to harvest cacao beans under abusive conditions in West Africa.
By Ashley Post|November 30, 2011
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