Living Income and Chocolate

By Carolyn Kitto on Apr 06, 2023

How is chocolate such big money, but farmers are living in poverty?

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The (Not SO) Great Chocolate Traceability Mystery

By Carolyn Kitto on Mar 30, 2023

Let’s talk about the (not so) great traceability and transparency chocolate mystery. Did you know that most of the cocoa in chocolate we consume cannot be traced back to the farmer who grew it? When we’re all trying to make more sustainable choices that are good for people, primates, and the planet, how can we know we’re making a good choice when the companies we’re buying from don’t even know? Dive into the need for traceability and transparency on our blog!

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Pause and Think; Ames' ethical journey through the pandemic

By Heather Rayside on May 25, 2020

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has presented a lot of challenges no matter who you are and where you live. Ames reflect on some of the impact and her challenge to take the opportunity to start afresh with her consumer options and rather than focusing on what she doesn’t have. We are putting out the challenge to you too, to focus on the things you do have and also how what you do today could be of good for other’s tomorrow.

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Sustainable Living and Ethical Shopping. Now you can get involved in the story ...

By Heather Rayside on Apr 12, 2019

Sharing stories is a wonderful way to build community and connection. We love to do it and have something exciting for you to consider doing with us.

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What Does the Modern Slavery Bill Mean for Me?

By Heather Rayside on Aug 15, 2018

"What I am going to talk about is why it matters to us– the ordinary people living in this country."  Melanie is a graphic designer studying International Development In Melbourne after working for a number of years in Nepal doing crucial development work to overcome poverty and injustice. She writes her thoughts about the recent Modern Slavery Bill in Australia.

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