MPOC is a major and primary Borneo Elephant Sanctuary funder, and has pledged five million Malaysian ringgits from its Wildlife Conservation Fund for the sanctuary, where injured or orphaned elephants are rehabilitated and then released back into the wild.
More and more food companies worldwide are committing to using sustainably produced palm oil, such as oil produced by Malaysia’s family farmers. “Palm oil is the ideal substitute for partially hydrogenated oils, the “trans fats” that food processors love and health experts hate,” wrote Fossler.
Common GMO foods in the United States include soy, corn, sugar beets, rapeseed (canola), zucchini, squash, alfalfa and peas. A great start is to replace your cooking oil with Malaysian sustainable palm oil.
Wylde encouraged viewers to pay more attention to their meal choices. He suggested using gentler cooking techniques, and a natural and appropriate-for-the-application oil such as sustainable red palm oil.
These beautiful rainforests can flourish thanks in part to the Malaysian palm oil industry’s strict regulations and conservation practices, as well as the efficiency of the trees themselves.