In 2013, Impact Institute carried out an analysis for Tony’s in which the social and environmental costs of a conventional chocolate bar and a Tony’s chocolate bar were calculated. This was a defining moment for Tony’s, as they realized that much work was still to do.
In 2016, Impact Institute made a living income calculation to create a regional benchmark for Tony’s to compare their own chains.
In 2018, Impact Institute progress report of Tony’s footprint of all the social and environmental costs in their supply chain, alongside a sector benchmark. These results show that while there is still room for improvement both Tony’s and the sector have developed towards the aim of slave-free chocolate. In addition to this progress report, we have helped Tony’s Chocolonely to assess the full CO2 impact of their value chains.