Estée Lauder unveils sustainable palm oil scheme

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Estee Lauder will work with smallholder farmers on sustainable palm oil
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Estee Lauder will work with smallholder farmers on sustainable palm oil

Beauty giant partners with RSPO to work directly with Indonesian palm oil farmers

US beauty giant Estée Lauder is working with Indonesian palm oil farmers to improve sustainability and boost working conditions, the firm announced today. The three-year Project Lampung, which got underway in...

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