A new look for Oxfam Fair Trade chocolate

From September onwards, our Oxfam Fair Trade chocolate bars will sport a new wrapper. With the new Bite to Fight (for a fair income) – wrappers, Oxfam puts a spotlight on its renewed pricing policy for the partners in Ivory Coast.

Bite to fight chocolade assortiment

The Fair Trade pioneer payed an extra flexible premium, thus significantly raising the payed price for this cocoa. This way, Oxfam-Wereldwinkels wants to bridge the gap to a fair and living income for the West-African cocoa farmers. Read more.


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