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Make a Difference for Wild Orangutans

 picture of orangutan   This information is meant to be a helpful guide for consumers who are concerned about orangutan conservation and deforestation due to non-sustainable palm oil production in Indonesia and Malaysia. Palm oil is a key ingredient used in many of our household products--from lotion to shampoo--and in many foods. However, companies that are members of the Round Table on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) are committed to using certified sustainable palm oil in food and other household items. Please support these companies that are doing their best to make a difference for orangutans. Shop smart and help keep this amazing species from becoming extinct!

    Hey parents! Did you know that you can buy sweet treats for the holidays and support orangutan conservation at the same time? This guide will help you purchase candy that is free of palm oil.

 

 Click here for a list of palm oil-free candy, groceries and household items.

 



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