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Unformatted text preview: 2541 Jardine Street Boston, MA 02115 Mr. Arthur Renfrew 98 Elm Street Brookline, MA 02116 Dear Mr. Renfrew: Thank you for your recent contribution to the museum of $500 and your ongoing support of our mission. Your contribution will help us to continue programs that educate, entertain, and help the chocolate industry to improve its products and practices. For example, did you know that growers of cacao beans who subscribe to fair trade practices guarantee not only the quality of their products, but also that they do not support child labor or slavery in their businesses? Also, many chocolate manufacturers use additives such as wax in making their chocolate, reducing the amount of valuable anti-oxidants that their products provide. Educating the public about issues such as these helps to make the chocolate industry a thriving and responsible part of our world. According to “A Taste of Slavery,” by Sudarsan Raghavan and Sumana Chatterjee, Knight Ridder Newspapers, June 24, 2001: There may be a hidden ingredient in the chocolate cake you baked, the candy bars your children sold for...
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course OA 110 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.
- Spring '10