Palm oil bar codes launched to help consumers spot unsustainable supply chain

Madeleine Cuff
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A palm oil plantation

Social enterprise Giki has created a 'palm oil detector' to help shoppers identify products made with sustainable palm oil

Shoppers concerned about fuelling deforestation on their supermarket trips can now take advantage of a new tool to help them spot products made with sustainable palm oil. Social enterprise Giki revealed...

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