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Nothing Like Chocolate (2012)

Deep in the rain forests of Grenada, anarchist chocolatier Mott Green seeks solutions to the problems of a ravaged global chocolate industry. Solar power, employee shareholding and ... See full summary »

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Deep in the rain forests of Grenada, anarchist chocolatier Mott Green seeks solutions to the problems of a ravaged global chocolate industry. Solar power, employee shareholding and small-scale antique equipment turn out delicious chocolate in the hamlet of Hermitage, Grenada. Finding hope in an an industry entrenched in enslaved child labor, irresponsible corporate greed, and tasteless, synthetic products, Nothing like Chocolate reveals the compelling story of the relentless Mott Green, founder of the Grenada Chocolate Company. Written by Kum-Kum Bhavnani

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Really enjoyable movie with a great message; inspiring!
27 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

I really loved this movie. While it is a documentary with an important message, it also is a compelling story of intriguing, inspiring people. And great scenery, too!

I learned a lot and have changed the way I buy chocolate. It's rather chilling to think of how much chocolate I have eaten in my life that must have been made, at least in part, through child slave labor. Not something I want to continue to support, that is for sure.

I ordered several Grenada Chocolate Company bars online - I mean, it's all very well to be impressed with the story, but if the chocolate isn't good, I can't really get excited about it. Well, the good news is: the chocolate is GREAT! Some of the best I've ever had. So now I am trying to get this chocolate into my local stores, and have been in touch with the company in an effort to help make that happen. Yes, I really was motivated by this film! And I would see it again just for the enjoyment of the story, too.


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