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Mondelēz International Pledges $400 Million To Help Cocoa Farmers, Communities

November 19, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Mondelēz International, Inc. launched “Cocoa Life,” the chocolate company’s largest cocoa sustainability initiative ever. The world’s largest chocolate company pledged to invest $400 million in the next 10 years to improve the livelihood and living conditions of more than 200,000 cocoa farmers and about one million people in cocoa farming communities. In particular, the company will invest $100 million to help 75,000 farmers in Côte d’Ivoire double their productivity. Cocoa Life aims to work with communities by focusing on farming, community, young people, and the environment.
Press Release, Mondelēz International, "Mondelēz International to Invest $400 Million to Help One Million People in Cocoa Farming Communities", Mondelēz International, November 19, 2012, © Mondelēz International
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