The powerful 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. He writes, “For some certified sustainable crops, such as earth-friendly Malaysian palm oil, regenerative farming has been the practice for hundreds of years. In Malaysia, old palm trees are pushed over, shredded and left to decompose in the warm sun. This adds nutrients to the soil and saves on the use of inorganic fertilizers. It also prevents air pollution from burning the old palms. Malaysia has a long-standing zero burning policy. They also use barn owls in the fields to cut down on the need for pesticides.”

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