Sustainability

snacks made with palm oil

Health & Nutrition, Sustainable Agriculture

Most American manufacturers prefer Malaysian palm oil because it is grown and produced responsibly. The country has strict standards in place which protect the environmen …

snackingcan teach kids to love the planet

Health & Nutrition, Sustainability

Tell kids their love of juicy grapes, crunchy apples and tart rhubarb helps Mother Earth. And, teach them to look for other perennially produced ingredients on food label …

Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation

Kudos to the Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) for saving the life of this tiny Bornean Sun Bear cub, after it was found wandering alone by a villager.

GMO labeling

News, Sustainability, What's New

Because Malaysian palm oil is non-GMO, nutritious, versatile as well as naturally trans fat-free it’s a smart choice for those wanting a wholesome oil.

Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation

The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) is working to help increase the population of wild Malayan tigers to at least 1,000.

Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation

A baby Borneo elephant was rescued by the Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) in early August 2020, after local residents saw it wandering around the Malue Reserve.

benefits of palm oil

Sustainability, What's New

Thomas Lamit anak Lutek understand the benefits of palm oil. He has seen firsthand how it has helped his family and community.

Sustainability

Americans aren’t used to bright red/orange cooking oils that have a creamy, buttery texture suitable for sweet or savory. But in Malaysia, cold-pressed red palm oil is em …

Malaysian palm oil’s worldwide significance

In The News, Sustainability

Palm oil is extremely important to Malaysia’s economy. Each year, Malaysia produces almost 20 million tons of palm oil, valued at approximately 72 billion Malaysian ringg …

Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation

Through the Malaysian Palm Oil Wildlife Conservation Fund (MPOWCF), the palm oil industry and the Malaysian government have come together to demonstrate their commitment …

palm oil and orangutans

Forest Conservation, Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation

Most of Malaysia’s orangutans live on the island’s protected forests. That’s not a challenge as an astonishing 60 percent of Sabah is under forest cover. This provides am …

Malaysia helps feed the world

Health & Nutrition, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture

Because of Malaysia’s equatorial climate, it can grow oil palm. This fertile tree produces abundant supplies of nutritious fruits year-round. Because of this high yield, …