While palm oil is a small percentage of their ingredients, concerns about the sustainable production of palm oil is high on the Kellog Company’s priority list, says Diane Holdorf
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Hershey has committed to sourcing 100% traceable sustainable palm oil by the end of 2014. This will be difficult without additional transparency from palm oil suppliers, says Eric Boyle
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While palm oil is a small percentage of their ingredients, concerns about the sustainable production of palm oil is high on the Kellog Company’s...
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