Houston Family Magazine readers learned that Malaysian oil palm plantations provide stable homes for wildlife.
The qualities of Malaysian sustainable palm oil make it a newsworthy topic for television, radio, newspapers and magazines. Chefs and nutritionists have explained how to best use this sustainably produced oil in the kitchen. Dietitians and pharmacists have described how its rich nutrients may support health. Beauty experts have described its skin protecting and enriching benefits.
Also in the news are Malaysia’s forward-thinking sustainability policies. The Malaysian palm oil industry is one of the world’s most highly regulated agricultural sectors. The country is a leading producer of sustainable palm oil.
Learn from the experts in these media-based posts.
“Genetically modified crops such as corn, soy and canola require as much as 10 times more land than palm oil. As our world population increases, the edible oil demand could easily lead to more deforestation. Thankfully, a large percentage of the nutritious palm oil in our U.S. food supply comes from Malaysia, where it is […]
Malaysian students abroad are sharing positive information on Malaysia’s palm oil industry.
Palm oil is rich in nutrients such as vitamin E tocotrienols, carotenoids and other important phytonutrients.
This food industry publication names red palm oil as one of the best tocotrienol sources, and credits Hon. Minister Teresa Kok for intensifying Malaysia’s environmental responsibility efforts.
In this article, influential blogger Carolina King encourages moms to choose chocolates made with Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
Appearing on CBS affiliate KTVK-TV in Phoenix, sustainable chef Gerard Viverito demonstrated how to make keto-friendly chicken nuggets using Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.
When natural health expert Bryce Wylde told CityLine TV audiences which all-natural foods to eat for brain health, he included sustainable Malaysian red palm fruit oil. He stressed that the tocotrienols found in red palm oil have been found to protect the brain’s white matter.
In this article, blogger and TV contributor Carolina King encouraged moms to shop for Easter candy made with non-GMO Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. She referred to Malaysia as, “One of the world’s most eco-friendly countries.”
The powerful 30Seconds.com community – numbering well over 37,000 people – is all about learning which products can make their lives better. Sustainable Chef Gerard Viverito is a new contributing author. In his first article, he uses Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil as an example of regenerative farming.