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Aldi

ALDI Australia has long supported ethically and sustainably sourced chocolate. All of ALDI’s exclusive range of chocolates are 100% UTZ, Fairtrade or Rainforest Alliance certified, including our popular Easter range. ALDI shoppers can feel assured that they are choosing chocolate sourced from ethical, sustainable resources. For more on our ethical sourcing policy please go to https://www.aldi.com.au/en/groceries/chocolate/

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Coles

Coles “Ethically Certified Cocoa, Coffee and Tea Policy” states they “are committed to use certified cocoa, coffee and tea in all relevant Coles Brand products by 1 January 2020. Certifications that are accepted under this policy are: Fairtrade, UTZ, Rainforest Alliance.” To read more of their policy please go to http://sustainability.wesfarmers.com.au/our-businesses/coles/coles/

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Darrell Lea

Darrell Lea products are not currently certified. Sign our petition asking Darrell Lea to meet with STOP THE TRAFFIK and begin the process of certification.

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David Jones

David Jones has an ethical procurement policy which addresses child labour and human trafficking. David Jones is yet to develop specific targets relating to chocolate however has committed to doing so in FY18. Their policy, countersigned by suppliers, states the following: David Jones does not condone the use of child or forced labour and does not condone human trafficking. All Suppliers are required to ensure that all reasonable efforts are employed to eliminate child labour, forced labour, the exploitation of workers and/or deceptive practices in the recruitment of workers both in their own operations, in their supplying factories and in their own supply chains, including raw materials producers. https://www.davidjones.com.au/gbj/ethical-sourcing

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Haighs

Haigh's Chocolates is one of Australia’s favourite chocolate companies and has chosen a partnership with UTZ as a practical way of demonstrating their commitment to sustainability which includes ending child labour and human trafficking in the production cocoa. They began with certifying their Easter range in 2014 and now more than 85% of their chocolate is made using UTZ certified cocoa and 100% of their Easter collection. They plan to be at 100% in the next 2-3 years. Haigh's chocolates can be purchased online at http://www.haighschocolates.com.au/

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Kmart

As part of their commitment to sustainable development, Wesfarmers Department Stores (Kmart and Target) are implementing a Sustainable Cocoa Policy. Their statement says “Cocoa is an important crop and supports the livelihoods of approximately five-million cocoa farmers world-wide; however, the industry also faces significant sustainable development challenges, including extreme poverty and widely-reported incidences of child labour and human trafficking.” Kmart and Target believe they have a responsibility to work with the industry to ensure that cocoa is sourced sustainably for use in Kmart and Target branded products. The timeline for compliance is 30th June 2019. The policy applies to all suppliers of Kmart and Target branded products that include cocoa ingredients. Kmart and Target’s preferred sustainable cocoa standards are Cocoa Horizons (by Barry Callebaut) and UTZ.

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Only Just

Only Just Fair Trade, a not-for-profit organisation, offers fully Fairtrade certified chocolate products in our shops in Eltham and Montmorency, Victoria. We only buy from suppliers who use Fairtrade certified cocoa in their products and we have a range of organic and regular Easter Fairtrade chocolate items. www.onlyjust.com.au

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Oxfam

The hunt for good eggs ends at Oxfam Shop. When you buy Oxfam’s beautiful, unique and handmade Easter products, you help us empower artisans and farmers from around the globe to lift themselves out of poverty. Oxfam Shop are proud of a 50-year history as one of Australia’s most ethical retailers and one of the first social enterprises in Australia to operate for community, rather than profit. Oxfam continues to empower people in poor communities to improve their lives, while bringing their beautiful products to life here in Australia. The Oxfam ethical Easter range includes chocolate Easter eggs, decorative eggs, kid’s toys and everything Easter! You and Oxfam, tackling poverty together.

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Target

As part of their commitment to sustainable development, Wesfarmers Department Stores (Kmart and Target) are implementing a Sustainable Cocoa Policy. Their statement says “Cocoa is an important crop and supports the livelihoods of approximately five-million cocoa farmers world-wide; however, the industry also faces significant sustainable development challenges, including extreme poverty and widely-reported incidences of child labour and human trafficking.” Kmart and Target believe they have a responsibility to work with the industry to ensure that cocoa is sourced sustainably for use in Kmart and Target branded products. The timeline for compliance is 30th June 2019. The policy applies to all suppliers of Kmart and Target branded products that include cocoa ingredients. Kmart and Target’s preferred sustainable cocoa standards are Cocoa Horizons (by Barry Callebaut) and UTZ.

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Woolworths & Big W

Woolworths has recently released their Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy for 2020 entitled ‘People, Planet, Prosperity’ http://www.woolworthsgroup.com.au/icms_docs/186036_woolworths-group-corporate-responsibility-strategy-2020.pdf . It includes their commitment (11) to: "Source key raw materials and commodities sustainably to an independent standard by 2020. We will raise awareness of sustainably sourced products." They will be obtaining sustainability certification on all their Own Brand tea, coffee, chocolate, sugar, seafood and fish by 2020.

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