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Hershey story in Africa sheds light on corporate sustainability

It’s Hershey versus West Africa.

After a long back-and-forth between the Ivory Coast, Ghana and Hershey, regulators decided to cancel all cocoa sustainability schemes run by Hershey.

The Ivorian and Ghanaian governments accuse the American chocolate marker of trying to avoid paying a premium that would help alleviate farmer poverty.

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