Mondelez unveils new plans to fight deforestation

Madeleine Cuff
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A female cocoa farmer in Ghana

Chocolate giant targets Côte d'Ivoire, Indonesia and Ghana with new strategies to protect forests, but won't say how much cash new strategy will be backed by

Mondelez, the US confectionary giant behind brands such as Oreo, Milka and Cadbury, yesterday announced a series of new "action plans" to curb deforestation in its key sourcing countries, under its Cocoa...

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