Ingredients such as organic spices, Malaysian sustainable palm oil and grass-fed beef can liven up family meals while also caring for our planet.
Today’s diners often have higher standards, especially when it comes to the environment. A land-consuming main course with a side of genetically modified vegetable isn’t going to satisfy eco-savvy millennials.
Malaysian palm oil is essential to food security. This is more important than ever as the United Nations warns that the COVID-19 pandemic could almost double the number of people facing extreme hunger by the end of 2020. In a recent Facebook Live webinar hosted by the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC), MPOC CEO Datuk Dr. Kalyana Sundram discussed Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil’s role in feeding the post-pandemic world.
Sustainable palm oil production should continue because it supports family farmers, reduces poverty and requires less land to produce than alternative vegetable oils, agricultural scientists found in a new study conducted by the University of Göttingen and the IPB University Bogor and reported in Science Daily. The study was originally published in the Annual Review of Resource Economics.
Many manufacturers are choosing to include Malaysian certified sustainable palm oil in their products. This natural, non-GMO oil is getting rave reviews for its earth friendliness.