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UK foodies getting smart when posting about palm oil

Forward-thinking UK foodies are seeing the benefits of Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil. Many are sharing their excitement about the cooking oil on their social media channels, explaining how they are using the oil in their everyday cooking and why they are choosing this healthy and eco-friendly oil. It’s refreshing to see UK lifestyle influencers who haven’t fallen for the “fake news” trap and are instead relying on facts when posting about palm oil.

Nutritiously Naughty, a UK-based blogger focused on simple gluten-free and low-FODMAP foods, told her 11,000 Instagram followers that Malaysian palm oil is non-GMO, free of trans fats and cholesterol, and rich with vitamin E tocotrienols. She also shared a stunning image of a pesto pasta dish made with sustainable Malaysian palm oil.

Fittie FODMAP London told her nearly 10,000 Instagram followers about her experience with Malaysian palm oil. She wrote, “This oil is sustainable, non-GMO and bursting with wholesome goodness.”

Alexis Adjei, home economist and Food Editor at GraceMagOnline posted an Instagram story with Malaysian palm oil’s health and environmental benefits. At the center: “Palm oil is the world’s first certified sustainable vegetable oil.” Adjei also shared a recipe for Baked Conchiglie Arrabbiara from the Malaysian Palm Oil Board’s award-winning cookbook. Get the recipe here.

Award-winning UK food blogger TangoRainDrop, let her more than 16,000 Instagram followers know that she’s trying out a new way to make popcorn: using Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil.

If this swell of excitement about Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil among UK bloggers is anything like the wave sweeping US bloggers, we anticipate many more posts to come. 

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