ferrero discloses palm oil mills following greenpeace report

ferrero discloses palm oil mills following greenpeace report

Ferrero discloses palm oil mills following Greenpeace report

Ferrero discloses palm oil mills following Greenpeace report Published 4th April, 2018 Italian chocolate and confectionery producer Ferrero has disclosed the location of 116 mills it sources palm oil from following a 19 March Greenpeace report condemning eight large-scale consumer goods companies for failing to disclose their palm oil supply

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nutella maker ferrero discloses 116 palm oil mills

Nutella maker Ferrero discloses 116 palm oil mills

Ferrero has disclosed the locations of 116 palm oil mills across the globe, shortly after the publication of a report by environmental group Greenpeace. The majority of the Ferrero’s palm oil mills are located in Indonesia and Malaysia, the two countries that account for nearly 80% of the global palm oil supply, according to the main industry

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ferrero palm oil charter

Ferrero Palm Oil Charter

Ferrero’s palm oil supplies come from 100% RSPO certified and segregated oil, whilst our Ferrero Palm Oil Charter demonstrates our commitment to take our supply chain beyond RSPO requirements. A key factor in doing this is our continuing work in maintaining robust traceability, which allows us to understand the origins of our supply.

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greenpeace says ferrero and hershey fail to name palm oil

Greenpeace says Ferrero and Hershey fail to name palm oil

The Greenpeace report named both Hershey and Ferrero among the large companies that refused to reveal their palm oil producers. In response, Hershey’s spokesperson Jeff Beckman said the company, which joined RSPO in 2011, has made the names of its palm oil suppliers public.

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moment of truth - greenpeace international

Moment of Truth - Greenpeace International

At the start of 2018, Greenpeace International challenged 16 leading members of the CGF to demonstrate their progress towards a clean palm oil supply chain. We called on them to disclose publicly the mills that produced their palm oil, and the names of the producer groups that controlled those mills.

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ferrero is top food firm for deforestation-free palm oil

Ferrero is top food firm for deforestation-free palm oil

The NGO rated both food and consumer goods companies on their track record for actions to cut deforestation out of the palm oil supply chain. Using publicly available policies and reports, Greenpeace evaluated each company in three areas: its commitment to responsible sourcing and the practical steps it takes to ensure the palm oil it buys is not linked to deforestation; transparency

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the final countdown: now or never to reform the palm oil

The Final Countdown: Now or never to reform the palm oil

Palm oil suppliers to the world’s largest brands, including Unilever, Nestlé, Colgate-Palmolive and Mondelez, have destroyed an area of rainforest almost twice the size of Singapore in less than three years, according to the report. Greenpeace International assessed deforestation by 25 major palm oil producers and found that:

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oils & fats international

Oils & Fats International

Ferrero discloses palm oil mills following Greenpeace report. April 04, 2018. Italian chocolate and confectionery producer Ferrero has disclosed the location of 116 mills it sources palm oil from following a 19 March Greenpeace report condemning eight large-scale consumer goods companies for failing to disclose their palm oil supply chains.

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sustainable palm oil ferrer in bangladesh for colombia

sustainable palm oil ferrer in bangladesh for colombia

ferrero’s palm oil: traceability and transparency. Traceability and transparency have always been an important element in Ferrero’s approach to sustainable palm oil. Read the article . 08-05-2020 THE FERRERO GROUP SHARES UPDATE ON ITS 2025 PACKAGING

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oils & fats international

Oils & Fats International

Ferrero discloses palm oil mills following Greenpeace report. April 04, 2018. Italian chocolate and confectionery producer Ferrero has disclosed the location of 116 mills it sources palm oil from following a 19 March Greenpeace report condemning eight large-scale consumer goods companies for failing to disclose their palm oil supply chains.

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greenpeace lauds nestle and ferrero palm oil pledges, slams

Greenpeace lauds Nestle and Ferrero palm oil pledges, slams

Greenpeace said the responses revealed a huge amount of work still needs to be done if zero deforestation pledges are to be honored. "None of the companies we surveyed are able to say with any certainty that there is no deforestation in their palm oil supply chain," the report stated.

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greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace said Monday, March 19, 2018 household brands including PepsiCo and Johnson & Johnson are refusing to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from

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greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says several major household brands including Hershey and Johnson & Johnson have failed to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that

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big brands 'failing' on palm oil policies, greenpeace claims

Big brands 'failing' on palm oil policies, Greenpeace claims

Ferrero, the Italian manufacturer of Ferrero Rocher and Nutella, is the only brand surveyed that can trace nearly 100% of its palm oil back to the plantation it is grown on, while the world’s largest food company Nestlé is the only other firm to be rated as ‘Strong’ on its palm oil policies.

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household brands fail to act on dirty palm oil as 1 football

Household brands fail to act on dirty palm oil as 1 football

At the start of 2018, Greenpeace International challenged 16 leading members of the CGF to demonstrate progress towards a clean palm oil supply chain by disclosing the mills that produced their palm oil, and the names of the producer groups that controlled those mills.

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Supply-Change.org

Greenpeace Cutting Deforestation Palm Score 2016 Nutella maker Ferrero discloses 116 palm oil mills. 2017 January-June palm oil supplier mill list; CSR 2017

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greenpeace calls out kellogg’s, kraft heinz, and others for

Greenpeace Calls Out Kellogg’s, Kraft Heinz, and Others For

To read Greenpeace’s full report on the issue, visit here. Palm oil is found in about half of all items on supermarket shelves, from baked goods and snack foods to soaps and toiletries

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supply-change.org

Supply-Change.org

Greenpeace Cutting Deforestation Palm Score 2016 Nutella maker Ferrero discloses 116 palm oil mills. 2017 January-June palm oil supplier mill list; CSR 2017

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just how sustainable is "sustainable palm oil"?

Just how sustainable is "sustainable palm oil"?

Unsurprisingly, Greenpeace unveiled a report this year revealing many major brands who refuse to disclose publicly either the mills and producers or the traders and suppliers of the palm oil used

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ferrero follows pepsico with palm oil transparency pledge

Ferrero follows PepsiCo with palm oil transparency pledge

Ferrero has followed PepsiCo in pledging to disclose its palm oil suppliers following fresh pressure from Greenpeace. The two suppliers were among eight fmcg giants accused of failing to act on rainforest destruction in a report published last week by the environmental group, which warned transparency was the “first step” towards “cleaning up” palm oil supply chains.

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greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says brands refusing to reveal palm oil sources

Greenpeace says several major household brands including Hershey and Johnson & Johnson have failed to disclose where they get their palm oil from despite vows to stop buying from companies that

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big brands 'failing' on palm oil policies, greenpeace claims

Big brands 'failing' on palm oil policies, Greenpeace claims

Ferrero, the Italian manufacturer of Ferrero Rocher and Nutella, is the only brand surveyed that can trace nearly 100% of its palm oil back to the plantation it is grown on, while the world’s largest food company Nestlé is the only other firm to be rated as ‘Strong’ on its palm oil policies.

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household brands fail to act on dirty palm oil as 1 football

Household brands fail to act on dirty palm oil as 1 football

At the start of 2018, Greenpeace International challenged 16 leading members of the CGF to demonstrate progress towards a clean palm oil supply chain by disclosing the mills that produced their palm oil, and the names of the producer groups that controlled those mills.

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pepsico, kellogg's slammed for concealing palm oil secrets

PepsiCo, Kellogg's slammed for concealing palm oil secrets

Ferrero said it was the first global company in 2015 to source 100 per cent RSPO-certified palm oil. It told The New Daily it was committed to publicly disclosing the full list of mills it sources

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