While moderation is still recommended, some candy manufacturers are trying to do the right thing by making gluten-free choices, using eco-friendly ingredients and insisting on higher quality ingredients.
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King mentioned that many of the nation’s leading candy makers use responsibly sourced palm oil, such as Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil, for their products. By the end of 2019, Malaysia plans to have 100 percent of its palm oil MSPO certified.
While discussing ways to “green up” the holiday, registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler gave viewers of Fox Morning News the brand names of some candy companies that use certified sustainable palm oil.
This year, more news organizations than ever included Malaysian sustainable palm oil in articles encouraging “eek-o responsible” Halloween celebrations.
Earlier fears about rainforest-harming ingredients in Halloween candy are no longer an issue. “Many American food manufacturers now use environmentally friendly ingredients in their recipes, such as certified sustainable palm oil from Malaysia,, a world leader in responsible, sustainable, non-GMO palm oil production. Malaysia’s strict laws prohibit any practices that harm native wildlife or the […]
We applaud the writers and editors who explain to their readers that companies such as Kellogg’s, Hershey, Mars, Nestle, Kraft, Pepsico, Ghiradelli and Lindt are committed to using Certified Sustainable Palm Oil (CSPO). We encourage readers to do business with the companies on these lists.
It’s frightening to think about the artificial colors and unpronounceable ingredients in Halloween treats. It’s frightening to think about the artificial colors and unpronounceable ingredients in Halloween treats.
Some people question the use of palm oil in Halloween candy. Reporter Wes Mayberry covered the palm oil controversy in the Scottboro (Alabama) Daily Sentinel. He explained the basics of this often misunderstood oil, and debunked the myths with the help of board certified nutritionist Jonny Bowden, PhD, CNS.
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.