Fair Trade Chocolate

According to Green America: “Cocoa is a $16 billion a year industry, but the average annual revenue the cocoa farmers receives is between $30 and $110 per household. The Fair Trade certification for chocolate has given over 42,000 cocoa farmers in West Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas a decent price for their crop. Since 90% of the world’s cocoa is grown on small family farms of 12 acres or less, Fair Trade cocoa is directly improving the standard of living for farmers in the poorest regions of the world.”  Learn more about the value of Fair Trade Certified Chocolate here.

Article: How Do You Know It’s Really Fair Trade?

Equal Exchange makes chocolate bars, chocolate chips, and baking cocoa

Whole Foods Market (Multiple locations)

Heinen’s (Multiple locations)

InterReligious Task Force on Central America
3606 Bridge Ave
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216)-961-0003

Revive
2248 Lee Rd
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
(216)-371-2778

Bexley Natural Food Market
508 N Cassady Ave
Bexley, OH
(614)-252-3951

 

Divine Chocolate makes chocolate bars, baking chocolate, and baking cocoa

Whole Foods Market (Multiple locations)

Krieger’s Health Foods Market
615 Graham Rd
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
(330) 929-2929

One World Shop
19321 Detroit Avenue
Rocky River, Ohio 44116
(440)-333-7709

The Market Path
833 W Market St.
West Akron, Ohio
(330) 258-9003

Global Gallery
3535 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43214
(614)-262-5535

Barefoot & Chocolate makes chocolate spreads with Fair Trade ingredients that can be
purchased online.

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