Outline of Production:
 Palm Fruit to Product

 

Products with Palm Oil & Its Derivatives

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Palm oil and its derivatives are in numerous products we use every day. Below is just a sampling.

 

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The oil palm fruit, above, grows in large bunches that hang from the Elaeis guineensis tree which originated in West Africa. Today it is used in a plethora of grocery and household products, as well as in biodiesel. Nutella, a product on the store shelf behind the palm fruit, lists palm oil as its second ingredient after sugar. Ferrero, the company that makes Nutella, announced in April that it had switched to 100% CSPO (segregated) palm oil for its French market. Photo of store shelf by Roswitha Siedelberg. 

Late July Organic Mini Peanut Butter
Late July Organic Mini Peanut Butter
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Little Debbie Chocolate Cupcakes
Little Debbie Chocolate Cupcakes
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Lucy's Snack 'n Go Packs
Lucy's Snack 'n Go Packs
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Lofthouse Frosted Sugar Cookies
Lofthouse Frosted Sugar Cookies
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Lip Smackers Skittles Flavor
Lip Smackers Skittles Flavor
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Mission Flour Tortillas
Mission Flour Tortillas
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Links to other sections
1. Forced Labor on
Palm Oil Plantations
 
2. From Palm Fruit
to Product
  1 | What is palm oil? 

  2 | Indonesia's palm oil industry

  3 | Products with palm oil

  4 | Palm oil supply chain

  5 | Photo gallery: Products <

 

3. Human Rights Abuses & Other Controversies

 

4. Palm Oil Industry Response

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2. Products with palm oil
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