is a website that is designed to raise awareness of the impact of the mass production of Palm Oil on the environment. We are not raising money. We simply want you to know the truth about Palm Oil so that you can make your own choices on what consumer products you decide to buy or avoid.

We share 97% of their DNA, but have destroyed 80% of their habitat.

What is Palm Oil?

Why is Palm Oil Used?



Driving animals to extinction

"Sustainable" palm oil

Bad for Orangutans, bad for you.

What Can You Do?

Useful Articles

How sustainable is supermarket palm oil?

Palm oil used in supermarket products is not fully traceable despite it being called "100% certified sustainable". Research by Radio 4's You & Yours found Tesco performed the best, yet only 67% of its palm oil can be traced to its source.

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Certified sustainable palm oil may kill more wildlife, say scientists

Palm-oil forests certified as sustainable are being destroyed faster than non-certified land, experts have found, in a study they say blows the lid on any claims that the oil can be destruction-free.

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What is palm oil, where is it found, and how can you avoid it?

Last week the supermarket chain Iceland hit the headlines after an advert it planned to air was blocked from TV for being politically motivated. The ad highlighted the devastating environmental impact of palm oil production and announced that Iceland was committing to phasing out the oil in all its own-brand products by the end of the year.

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