What is Fair Trade?
We are dedicated to supporting the quest to end modern day slavery, human trafficking and child labor.
We at OPULUX CHOCOLATES have created through love and passion the world's most delicious, hand-made, gourmet chocolates which are also certified "Fair Trade" and "Organic".
Fair Trade certification strictly prohibits slave and child labor and ensures that cocoa farmers receive a fair price.
Most people don’t know that over 90% of the world’s chocolate is produced with cacao that is tainted with human trafficking and child slave labor. The founder of OPULUX chocolates wanted to offer the world the finest gourmet, organic chocolates free of these atrocities. OPULUX Chocolates believes that if enough people start buying chocolate made with Slavery Free Certified (SFC), fair-trade or direct trade cacao, and stop buying the major brands of mass-produced chocolate, these atrocities in the chocolate industry will stop.
OPULUX Chocolates strongly supports and collaborates with like-minded organizations that are combatting this issue. That is why we have chosen to donate 10% of our proceeds to Foundation for a Slavery Free World, a nonprofit organization founded by actress Marisol Nichols, to raise awareness and to put an end to modern day slavery (www.slaveryfreeworld.org).
Our family of chocolatiers has been successfully creating gourmet treasures since 1935. Each box of chocolate is handcrafted in small batches and are completely organic and free from slave labor. Due to this, we limit the amount we are able to provide on our website. We are confident that you will be completely satisfied with our product and that is why we offer a money-back guarantee.
If you would like to make a contribution and support our cause, please use the link below. Donations are directly used for educational awareness events, rescue missions, care packages for rescued victims of sex trafficking, and to support educational human rights world tours and materials. (www.slaveryfreeworld.org).
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