by Hoogie Espinosa . June 20th, 2014
A lot of people love it. A lot of people can’t get enough of it. From that crisp first bite evolving into a smooth buttery texture, this sought-after confection has been coveted by both kids and adults everywhere since the time of the Aztecs.
However, not all things are sweet and smooth when it comes to chocolate. Around the world, with a focus on West Africa, children are forced to work in plantations, receiving machete lacerations, heat stroke, hernias, and pesticide poisoning. Working half a day, everyday, these kids don’t have time to go to school, a practice supported by their own families.
For my third infographic for my series, Taboo Trades, I have decided to touch on the business of chocolate.
I do grown-up things to pay for my childish whimsy and rule the universe one step at a time while at it. Join me for the most fantastical, out-of-this-world adventure your trudgy 24/7 startup will never have.
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