Topics Archives: CocoaAction

Our Principles in Action

Last week, Mars issued our Principles in Action report for 2013.  For generations, our company and our Associates have been guided by our Five Principles of Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom.  We’re proud that we have been able to use those principles to promote sustainability and to put farmers first.

If you haven’t yet done so, take a few minutes to read the

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Returning to Chocovision

In 2012, Barry Parkin, Mars Inc.’s Chief Sustainability Officer and Chairman of the World Cocoa Foundation, spoke at the Chocovision conference about the need for a sector-wide engagement on sustainability.  He will be returning to Chocovision this year, and he offered his reflections of the past two years at their blog:

Two years ago, at the CHOCOVISION conference, I had the opportunity to

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VIDEO: Mars Global Chocolate Supports CocoaAction

See senior Mars associates discuss why we are supporting the CocoaAction strategy in this new video:

 

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An important moment for the cocoa industry at Petit Bondoukou

Holding my camera by the side road and shooting videos of the arrival at the stop of Petit Bondoukou of the cars of from the Cocoa Action delegation, I told to myself that I am a real privileged guy in being a part of this important cocoa industry event being held in Côte d’Ivoire. Wow, all the “big names” of the cocoa Industry (chocolate

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Mars Chocolate Supports World Cocoa Foundation’s CocoaAction Strategy Supporting African Farmers

Mars Chocolate supports the cocoa sector’s most ambitious and comprehensive plan to work together to rejuvenate and sustain the cocoa economy, the company announced today. Called “CocoaAction” and created under the auspices of the World Cocoa Foundation (WCF), the strategy is focused on specific, collaborative measures to increase productivity and support community development for no fewer than 300,000 West African farmers by 2020. To

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