Dutch chocolate brand Tony's Chocolonely claims to be made without slave labor.
Chocolate is a huge global industry, but cocoa beans, which are used to make chocolate, are grown by some of the poorest people on the planet, in plantations that can hide the worst forms of child labor.
Tony's Chocolonely says it traces its cocoa all the way from the beans bought from its farm cooperatives in West Africa to the finished product.
Although It is Fair Trade certified, Tony's says that certification alone is not enough. It maintains that traceability is the key to achieving completely slave-free chocolate.
Tony's cocoa comes from Ghana and Ivory Coast, sourced from a number of cooperatives. Pictured, a Tony's Chocolonely warehouse in Ghana.
"We only work with 7,000 farmers. We are a tiny company," says Tony's Chocolonely's chief chocolate officer Henk Jan Beltman. "But if we can do it then the big guys can do it as well."