Two years after CNN exposed "Chocolate's Child Slaves," correspondent Richard Quest takes The CNN Freedom Project back to the cocoa plantations of the Ivory Coast. It is a journey that will take him in search of progress in the fight against child labor, which ultimately has its roots embedded in poverty. Following the supply chain, from bean to bar, Quest will examine the collective efforts to reform the cocoa industry—the fundamental socioeconomic solutions needed to secure a sustainable future for cocoa farming and the chocolate industry. His travels coincide with a country-visit from Nestlé's Executive Vice President, José Lopez—a key figure within the $90 billion chocolate industry. It promises to be a unique insight into the company's operations, in the country where it sources its key commodity—a chance to witness the complicated dynamic between the world's biggest food corporation and the thousands of farmers who grow its cocoa. As the global demand for chocolate rises, so does the threat to the supply of cocoa; this is a pivotal time in the development of the cocoa economy in West Africa…for the industry, the next generation of cocoa farmers and for chocolate lovers.