Never Ending Commitment

(25 August, 2020) The Covid pandemic is still affecting all of us. Like many communities around the world, the farming communities in...

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The Discord That Palm Oil Creates

(July 14, 2020) You can’t imagine how often I hear: ‘Do you work in palm oil?! Isn’t that the worst thing?’ I...

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Golden Palm

(June 29, 2020) Beauty editor Karen van Ede wrote an excellent article about palm oil in cosmetics for Vogue Nederland. Looking for answers whether palm...

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It’s All About Transparency

(June 23, 2020) Palm oil remains a subject that triggers emotions, that much is clear to see. But when we talk about...

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5 Brands That Use Palm Oil You Can Trust

(June 8, 2020) If you want to believe the media, you better stay away from palm oil. But when you dig a...

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Eliminating barriers for progress

(June 2, 2020) Meet Sebastian Rojas, farmer liaison officer at Natural Habitats. As a child he spent all his summer holidays at...

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Nature Doesn’t Have To Carry The Burden

(May 25. 2020) Agriculture and nature often clash. The images of palm oil’s rainforest destruction are a devastating example. But what happens...

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How Sustainable Palm Oil Protects Orangutans

(May 18, 2020) Are you banning palm oil because of all the bad things you are hearing about it? For instance about...

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Why this farmer can finally breathe again

(May 11, 2020) Palm oil has a bad reputation. In the media we have seen how its production destroys rainforests and exploits...

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Why You Should Get Involved
with Palm Done Right

Palm can be grown for good, bringing benefits to:

  • Our planet, due to palm oil’s land efficiency.
  • Local communities, due to the economic development oil palm production creates.
  • Our market, due to palm oil’s versatility and functionality as an ingredient, lifting product quality and performance.

Together, we can influence change for:

  • Manufacturers that are still using conflict palm oil for their products.
  • Retailers that are still listing products that contain conflict palm oil.
  • Brokers and distributors that are still supplying their customers with products that contain conflict palm oil.
  • Shoppers that have the power to vote with their dollar.

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