Acclaimed chef Mary Sue Milliken explains how she took action with Oxfam to make her favorite treat even sweeter.
Mondelez International, maker of Oreos, has agreed to take steps to address inequality facing women cocoa farmers—thanks to pressure from customers like you.
More than 65,000 people sent messages asking companies to improve their policies and help women cocoa growers get a fair deal.
There's a disconnect between the way companies woo women consumers and the way they treat the women who actually grow and produce their cocoa.
Why we transformed the wrappers of three iconic products into a call to action on behalf of women cocoa farmers.
Women cocoa growers face big challenges. We can help by supporting leaders like Christiana Adusei.
Ninety percent of the world’s cocoa is grown by 5.5 million smallholder farmers like Adeniyi, many of whom live below the poverty line.
A silly event with a serious goal: encouraging global brands like Mars, Mondelez, and Nestle to put women cocoa producers first.
Renowned photographers and curators of the Everyday Africa blog, Peter DiCampo and Austin Merrill, take over Oxfam America's Instagram account to share their travels from the Ivory Coast.