Know where you are coming from BB, I don't like their methods either. But I do shop there as well as other places.
Difficult one this, as if we all looked in the mirror (or the wardrobe, or garage or anywhere else in our lives) I'm sure it wouldn't take much to find evidence of multi national corperate companies produce that had invariably exploited people at the bottom end of the economic scale anyway.
Where do you draw the line? I suppose you do what you can, but we could all do more if we really cared enough as it were etc.
I've got a friend that lives by the moral code and it's pretty bloody hard in a modern western life context I tell you. But to his credit he does it quite well.
I guess my point is that I have stopped banging on about these kind of things as it's all relative and you've got to be fairly 'clean' to be able to make judgements on specific companies or products (IMO).
Got another friend (crickey - that's two!) that will nag you about fair trade chocolate endlessly at any opportunity (a very reasonable argument). But not while wearing not so fair trade cheapo cotton clothing made in worse sweat shops than big corperates use and from an industry doing far more damage to the planet and it's small local communities reliant on such commodity, than chocolate production ever could.
...but she won't have that when you mention it.