At the moment, the average price per tonne pays 1450$ each producer in Ivory Coast.
Studies show that to ensure a decent income to the planters, it should be 2600$. In other words, close to double of what they actually get.
The direct consequence of that low price is the child labour and the condition of slavery for 250.000 of them.
The cocoa farmers are often depending on a cocoa monoculture model. Women have no access to their own incomes, a massive deforestation broke down the biodiversity and influence the climate changes.