Last July Lorrie Baumanm from Gourmet News published the article “Rehabilitating Plam Oil’s Evil Reputation” where Neil Bloomquist our Director of Innovation and Business Development was interviewed.
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US company C16 Biosciences has developed a way to ‘brew’ palm oil through microbial fermentation, producing sustainable, deforestation-free palm oil. But what will the impact on smallholder farmers be – and will consumers accept it? – The Food Navigator-LATAM
Here’s a look at three pathways to creating a bright future for palm oil cultivation. Looking into the future we know that palm oil is here to stay. Palm oil is a superior vegetable oil when done right. It brings functional benefits to markets and economic progress to producing countries, so it has the capacity […]
(Why We Use It, and Why Palm Done Right is So Important) Palm oil is a unique crop. It’s the world’s most popular edible oil, comprising one third of all vegetable oil consumed across the planet. According to global data, every single person consumes 17 pounds of palm oil per year on average. – New Barn Organics
Manufacturers must continue the conversation around palm oil to address customer concerns. During Natural Products Expo West in Anaheim earlier this month, we had many conversations about the future of palm oil. The “no palm” movement seems to be getting traction, especially among conscious consumers. – New Hope
Think palm oil, think deforestation. Say no to palm oil and deforestation will be halted. This has been the simplified reasoning around the complex topic of palm oil. There have been numerous calls to action to boycott palm oil, and “no palm” labeled products are finding their way onto the shelves in our grocery stores. – […]