Updated: Greenpeace fries KFC in new deforestation campaign

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But fast food giant denies it is a customer of controversial supplier Asia Pulp and Paper

KFC has become the latest company to come under fire from Greenpeace for its environmentally damaging activities, after the fast food giant was accused of selling its chicken in buckets produced by a controversial...

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