Ecuador’s cocoa farmers making fair trade chocolate

The indigenous people of the western Amazon have been harvesting jungle crops since before the first Europeans arrived, long before Ecuador became a country. They know their crops but have rarely received a fair price for them.

    The indigenous people of the western Amazon have been harvesting jungle crops since before the first Europeans arrived, long before Ecuador became a country.

    They know their crops, but have rarely received a fair price for them.

    But now they're asserting themselves.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports from Tena, eastern Ecuador.


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