The human cost of chocolate

Seven years after the industry agreed to abolish child labor, little progress has been made. Seventy percent of the world's cocoa beans are grown in West Africa, where working and living conditions are brutal and many workers are underage.



Roads throughout the cocoa belt are in terrible condition, and are often impassable even by the best trucks.

Last updated February 15 2008: 9:52 AM ET

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