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Ryan Foot
Ryan Foot Campaign leader

This article is about various alternatives to products containing palm oil. People should read this article because it can be very unclear…Read More

Helping you buy responsibly - Palm oil free alternatives

How do I know if a product contains palm oil?Food Standards Australia and New Zealand allows palm oil to be labelled simply as â��vegetable oilâ�� and indeed its presence can be even less visible as many of the more minor components of a product - colourings, flavourings, emulsifiers and humectants â�� are commonly palm oil derived. A quick test -…Read More
Ryan Foot
Ryan Foot Campaign leader

This article is about the deforestation that occurs for the production of palm oil and its impact on the biodiversity of the area. People…Read More

Say No To Palm Oil | Whats The Issue

Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO) CSPO represents the certification process where palm oil growers must commit to real credible sustainability standards through time-bound plans. There is an increasing demand for palm oil that is sustainably certified in Europe and North America, including big names such as Walmart, Unilever and Nestle. As of…Read More
Ryan Foot
Ryan Foot Campaign leader

This article is about the fact that many products in Australia use palm oil but don’t have palm oil on the label. People should read this…Read More

Palm oil labelling and why it should be mandatory

01.Label the truth or palm it off It’s versatile and cheap, prolongs the shelf life of products, and the crop grows quickly. So it’s no surprise that palm oil is an appealing ingredient to manufacturers of consumer goods, both edible and non-edible.  Despite these favourable traits, there is a dark side to palm oil. With only 14% of the oil…Read More
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