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We support several organic initiatives, such as ABOCFA, but unfortunately it seems that organic farming does not guarantee a positive social impact. So for the moment we're not seeking to make our entire supply chain organic. That's why it doesn't say 'organic' on our wrappers. For us, social impact comes first. At the same time, we do what we can to protect the environment.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

Tony's Chocolonely Milk Chocolate 180g

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Not just a classic milk chocolate bar, but our classic chocolate bar. It was the first bar we ever made, back in 2005. We gave it a screaming red wrapper to attract attention to our main mission - 100% slave-free chocolate.

HOW IT ALL STARTED

Milk Choclolate with 32% Cacao

We've been fighting for slave-free chocolate for the last 13 years. In that time we've been supported, encouraged, challenged and Tony's has been eaten by many people all around the world. We're aware of the challenges involved in trying to change the chocolate industry. But we are determined to keep going until we achieve our mission. 

When Tony's began, Max Havelaar (that's Fairtrade Netherlands) was the only organisation seeking to promote fair trade and better living conditions for cocoa farmers. To qualify for Fairtrade certification, production conditions must meet certain minimum social and environmental standards. Also, as a certification system, Fairtrade is most closely aligned with our mission, because it guarantees a minimum price and works with cooperatives. Having said this, as far as we're concerned, certification is simply a starting point: the first step on the way to a fair supply chain. We believe it's possible to do more. That's why we developed our 5 Principles of Cooperation.

We buy some of our beans from ABOCFA in Ghana, which is the first certified organic cooperative in West Africa. But we know that organic farming doesn't necessarily deliver a better income for farmers in West Africa. Organic farming is a skill. To be good at it, farmers have to be professional. They have to have a great deal of knowledge and they also have to be able to invest in their farms. This is far from the reality for most cocoa farmers. We support several organic initiatives, such as ABOCFA, but unfortunately it seems that organic farming does not guarantee a positive social impact. So for the moment we're not seeking to make our entire supply chain organic. That's why it doesn't say 'organic' on our wrappers. For us, social impact comes first. At the same time, we do what we can to protect the environment.

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