There is an unfair distribution of value and power in the chocolate supply chain. The chain starts with the millions of farmers that produce cocoa and ends with the billions of consumers that enjoy chocolate. But what about the bit in between? This section is dominated by a group of chocolate giants that profit from keeping the cocoa purchasing price as low as possible. As a result, farmers are forced to live in poverty.. leading to child labor and slavery.Tell me more
Right now, slaves are working on cocoa farms in West Africa. Many of them are children. Tony’s Chocolonely exists to change that. Child labor and modern slavery is against the law - it's an illegal practice that needs to stop.Tell me more
Our mission: together we make 100% slave free the norm in chocolate. How are we going to achieve that? It won't be easy as it's a complex matter, but we will accomplish it with the help of Tony's road map. This map will point us in the direction of 100% slave free chocolate on the basis of the three pillars of action.Tell me more
Our incredibly tasty chocolate proves things can be done differently. Tony's recipe for slave free chocolate allows companies to make slave free chocolate while still enjoying commercial success. Tell me more
We can't achieve our goals alone. We can make slave free chocolate by ourselves, but together we can make all chocolate 100% slave free. The more people choose slave free, the sooner 100% slave free becomes the norm in chocolate. You can help support our mission. Are you in? Tell me more
Chocofans FYI: it's busier than usual due to Black Friday and Sinterklaas. The delivery times may therefore temporarily deviate from our standard delivery times. Please check the track & trace of your order for detailed delivery information.