Palm Oil Use In Snack Food Industry Highlighted In 'Last Stand Of The Orangutan' Video From RAN

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A new video from Rainforest Action Network aims to draw attention to the threat to endangered orangutans caused by palm oil.
This vegetable oil is used in almost half of the products found in grocery stores, according to RAN, and is often grown on vast palm plantations in Southeast Asia once occupied by natural rainforests.

A new video from Rainforest Action Network aims to draw attention to the threat to endangered orangutans caused by palm oil.

This vegetable oil is used in almost half of the products found in grocery stores, according to RAN, and is often grown on vast palm plantations in Southeast Asia once occupied by natural rainforests.

 

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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

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