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With numerous sustainable standards now covering global agricultural commodities from Palm Oil to Coco, we can appreciate it’s difficult to keep track of all the rules on communicating your sustainable policies/goals.
With consistent consumer demand for ethically and environmentally sound cosmetic and personal hygiene products, a growing number of manufacturers are assessing their palm oil supply chains.
For global healthcare brand Johnson & Johnson, buying a segregated supply of sustainable palm oil is not a straightforward matter. That's why the household name chose to support RSPO-certified producers with GreenPalm. We spoke to Johnson & Johnson's Simon Perry to find out more...
It was great to see Philadelphia Zoo talk about GreenPalm and RSPO-certified sustainable palm oil on its blog this week. The post included a clear description of how GreenPalm works and said it was “a good tool to bridge the transition from non-sustainable to sustainable palm oil” but emphasised that it should be only an interim measure, used while a business changes its supply chains over to a fully segregated supply of RSPO-certified palm.
In January last year our blog story told you about how GreenPalm, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) - one of the world's largest consumer health companies were helping to inspire palm smallholder farmers in Thailand to move towards a sustainable future.