Cargill targets cocoa sustainability, child labor abuses

07/8/2013 | Agweek

Cargill has spent $5 million in the past three years to combat child labor abuses related to cocoa production in places like Ghana and the Ivory Coast. CEO Greg Page, in a keynote address to the World Cocoa Foundation recently, said sustainability is key to ending abuses. "One of the simplest definitions that I have heard and one that we have used for Cargill ... is to meet today's needs without impairing the world's capacity to serve future generations," said Page.

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