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Since then, investigators have found more than 150 thousand acres of forest and savanna burned or cleared in the regions where Cargill operates, an area four times the size of your hometown of Minneapolis.

And child labor remains endemic in regions of Africa that provide Cargill with cheap cocoa.

Cargill has committed many times to ending deforestation and human rights violations in their supply chain, but as the report “A Grain of Truth” clearly shows, and Cargill itself openly admits, these commitments have not been met.

It’s time to work together for a better solution.

Leave a legacy of leadership for the Cargill-MacMillan family, not a legacy of broken promises.

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We look forward to hearing from you.

Before it’s too late.

This letter was published in Minneapolis Star Tribune & various local papers.
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