While exploring the Malaysian Sabah District of Borneo, British actress Dame Judi Dench was struck by the vast forests and incredible wildlife, but what might be most exciting is that she left with such a sense of hope. In this interview published in Global Oils & Fats magazine, Dench talks about filming the two-part ITV documentary, “Judi Dench’s Wild Borneo Adventure.”
Ferrero, the maker of the internally beloved chocolate hazelnut spread Nutella, has been recognized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), formerly known as World Wildlife Fund for its dedication to using sustainable palm oil.
Through the Malaysian Palm Oil Wildlife Conservation Fund (MPOWCF), the palm oil industry and the Malaysian government have come together to demonstrate their commitment to the environment and protection of wildlife and biodiversity.
The Malaysian palm oil industry is backed by more than 100 years of responsible plantation practices on legally approved agricultural land. Its commitment to the preservation of the environment and protection of wildlife and biodiversity is evident through the work of the Malaysian Palm Oil Wildlife Conservation Fund (MPOWCF).
When something is as widely used as palm oil, you want to make sure it’s sustainably produced! And palm oil is everywhere! It’s found in everything from chocolate and ice cream to bread and microwave popcorn. Here are 10 reasons why most of the palm oil used in the United States is sourced from Malaysia and nowhere else.