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Nestlé USA Lobby Effort to Focus on Child Labor

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As holiday shoppers eye chocolate bunnies and other sweets this week, a former top lobbyist for Nestlé USA Inc. is focusing her attention on an agreement the candy company signed to reduce child labor in the cocoa industry.

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  • Galen Warden

    Bravo. Only by drying up demand can we hope to reduce the "supply" of child labor and forced labor. It‘s hard work but so worth it, and consumers will reward it.

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