@3: No doubt we are all complicit, and of course the prices of produce will rise if the Ag industry loses its slaves. But, much like the $15/hour campaign, we all just have to absorb that cost for the greater good of everyone.
This is the dark side of globalism that no one really likes to think about. The phone in your pocket was put together by child slaves because it is cheaper that way. Your socks were stitched by children in a sweatshop because it is cheaper that way.
This is globalism too. This is what free trade is as well. We all share in the shame that we essentially support this system through our willingness to turn the other way for cheap(er) consumer goods. Slavery never went away. It is perhaps worse than ever before, especially in Africa and the Middle East/SE Asia: