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.
“Don’t cook with GMO oils,” wrote Stoler. “Malaysian palm fruit oil is non-GMO, heat stable and supports a healthy lifestyle.”
on August 18, 2016 in Culinary, In The News, Nutrition, Wildlife Preservation 0
I could launch into a discussion about how the Malaysian palm oil industry is saving orangutans – which is absolutely true – but I know one of the best ways to educate readers about this nutritious, environmentally friendly oil is by making it relevant to them.
The Malaysian Palm Oil Council actively supports conserving the country’s rare wildlife, donating a total of 100 million ringgit each year to research and promotional efforts for the environment and animals.
Thankfully, the Sabah Wildlife Department’s Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU), supported by the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC), has trained experts ready to help
In Malaysia, high conservation value forested areas cannot be converted to oil palm plantations. Only land that has been legally zoned for agriculture after proper environment impact assessment is allowed for cultivation
Back in the 80s and 90s, most health experts told us to embrace a low-fat diet. “Some people still believe that, but it’s one of the most destructive and victimizing beliefs in the history of nutrition,” said Bowden
on October 6, 2015 in Forest Conservation, General, Sustainability, Wildlife Preservation 0
Thankfully, American companies are increasingly using environmentally friendly ingredients such as Malaysian sustainable palm oil in their products.
on September 25, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Wildlife Preservation 0
Because of the oil palm’s high yield, Malaysia produces ample quantities of this global commodity while maintaining its 1992 Rio Earth Summit pledge to maintain more than 50 percent of its land cover as forests.
on September 10, 2015 in Forest Conservation, Nutrition, Palm Oil / Red Palm Oil, Sustainability, Sustainable Agriculture, Tocotrienol, What’s New, Wildlife Preservation 0
Malaysian sustainable palm oil is non-GMO. Oil palm plantations also require fewer fertilizers, pesticides and energy than other edible oil crops.