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Kraft and Mondelez First Stops in New Campaign To Remove “Conflict Palm Oil” from America’s Snack Foods

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Friday, September 13, 2013

Deerfield, Illinois—Today, activists with Rainforest Action Network (RAN), including one dressed as an orangutan met with company officials at the headquarters of local food giants Kraft and Mondelez after the group announced a national campaign yesterday to remove “Conflict Palm Oil” from America’s snack foods. A protest at Chicago’s Board of Trade yesterday morning publicly named the 20 snack food companies that RAN’s campaign will focus on. Today’s visits are the first two company stops on a recently launched national tour by RAN called The Power Is In Your Palm Tour.

Rainforest Action Network Activists Deliver Over 100,000 Petitions to Cargill Headquarters; Protest Company’s Continued Buying and Selling of ‘Conflict’ Palm Oil and its Role in Orangutan Extinction

Release Date: 
Monday, September 9, 2013



For Immediate Release

Monday, September 9 2013


Contact: Laurel Sutherlin, 415.246.0161

Greenpeace and Rainforest Action Network Call Out Bank of America for Major Stake in Coal India Deal

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Ashish Fernandes, Greenpeace (857) 288-9357
Kerul Dyer, Rainforest Action Network, (415) 866-0005,

APRIL banned from using FSC trademark to market paper products

Greenpeace, WWF and the Rainforest Action Network welcome the termination of ties between the Forest Stewardship Council and APRIL, which they say acknowledge their complaint on the paper and pulp company’s alleged deforestation practices
Friday, August 16, 2013

Cargill registers concern with palm oil supplier about child labour allegations

The Rainforest Action Network (RAN) has accused Cargill of using child labour in its palm oil supply chain – and Cargill says it has registered its concern with supplier KLK.

Food Navigator
Thursday, August 1, 2013

The Good Stuff — Episode 11: Girl Scout Cookies, Orangutans and Palm Oil

In 2007, two kids in Michigan set out to earn their Girl Scout Bronze Award by raising awareness about the endangered orangutan. They learned that the orangutans’ habitat is being destroyed to plant oil palm plantations. After making the shocking discovery that palm oil was an ingredient in Girl Scout cookies, they launched a campaign to make Girl Scout cookies rainforest-safe.

The Story of Stuff Project
Thursday, July 11, 2013

NGOs accuse pulp and paper giant of blocking deforestation probe

Aditya Bayunanda of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia said that by quitting the FSC, APRIL was avoiding independent scrutiny of its operations as presented in the NGOs' formal complaint to the FSC.

The Jakarta Post
Thursday, July 4, 2013