One of the children featured in the documentary, "Chocolate's Child Slaves," has never eaten chocolate and at 12 years of age, he wishes he could go to school instead of working. CNN attends a workshop for kids on ethical chocolate and gets their reaction to the plight of their peers on the cocoa plantations.
Americans love chocolate and eat about 11 pounds of it per person each year but what if they knew it might be made with child slave labor? Would they be willing to pay more to make sure that their chocolate is slave-free?
The Swiss are the second largest consumers of chocolate per capita. CNN goes to Zurich to ask the Swiss if they know where their famous chocolate really comes from.
Meet Steve Chalke, founder of Stop the Traffik. At his store, he shows consumers how to make right choices when buying chocolate, the kinds of certification to look for and why it's so important for consumers to be accountable.