Every hour, the equivalent of 300 football fields are destroyed to make room for more palm oil plantations.
We can stop this madness and let our Earth breathe.
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“If you need to produce palm oil, you need to remove forest,” Gatti said. “That’s what we’re seeing.”
Palm oil was originally introduced as a healthier option to partially hydrogenated oils from fat blends in 1995. Its long shelf life and high melting point made it attractive to manufacturers, but the costs to our environment have been far too high. Palm Oil is a leading cause palm oil of deforestation and destruction. No product is worth the cost of using palm oil… it’s costing us the earth.
There are many viable alternatives to palm oil including rapeseed oil, soy, sunflower, olive, or coconut oil. We can do better.
NO PALM OIL, EVER.
There are actions we can take that have genuine eco-consequence. Choosing products with no palm oil is a great start. At milkadamia, we desire to make it beyond simple for everyone to reduce their impact on our planet through delicious products that make that possible. We know that doing good becomes exponentially easier when your taste buds approve. Through our collective shopping choices, manufacturers, companies, and stores will be forced to respond. Our grocery carts may indeed be one of our greatest weapons to improve the quality of our lives.
milkadamia believes in products that are deliciously free of palm oil. Oh, and they’re also free of dairy, gluten, soy, GMOs and cruelty. Purchasing milkadamia’s buttery spread is an easy and delicious way to spread goodness and join us in saying no palm oil, ever!
“If we commit to do this thing, this one hard-ish thing, that will complicate shopping a bit and require persistence on our part – if we switch to palm oil free products – we, together, will compel a positive and pertinent eco-impact that is equal to shutting down all transportation globally.”
– Jim Richards, CEO, milkadamia
JOIN US AS WE CHOOSE NO PALM OIL, EVER
“We’re consuming their products on a daily basis, so we are exposed (to their products) and indirectly participate in the deforestation and human rights violations…”
“Environmentalists argue that this farming of oil palm trees is extremely bad for the planet.”