West Africa is the source of 70 of the world’s cocoa. It is estimated there may be nearly 2 million children who may engage in child labour or hazardous work. Cocoa farmers rarely earn a living income and struggle to survive.


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Chocolate Quiz

Most of the world's cocoa comes from :

  • Africa

    70 of the world's cocoa comes from West Africa.

  • South America
  • Indonesia
  • false

Points: 2

The percentage of the cost of a chocolate bar recieved by the farmer is?

  • 20
  • 30
  • 10
  • 6

Points: 1

A living income is the calculation of what a person needs to earn in order to meet basic needs, like food, water, healthcare, shelter and education. A farmer in west Africa earns?

  • Twice a living income
  • About a living income
  • 1/3 of a living income
  • 3/4 of a living income

Points: 2

According to the CSIRO, in 1 year Australians eat about

  • 12kg of chocolate
  • 8kg of chocolate
  • 32kg of chocolate
  • 45kg of chocolate

Points: 2

A certification logo means

  • A farmer earns a living wage
  • A farmer gets a fair price for their cocoa
  • An independent audit has been done to check standards for the production of cocoa
  • All of the above

Points: 2



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