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The Ultimate Snack Food 20 Laggard: PepsiCo

We know global snack food giant PepsiCo uses hundreds of thousands of tons of palm oil a year. As it seeks to strengthen its bottom line and solidify its position as the largest globally distributed snack food company in the world, PepsiCo continues to turn a blind eye to the social conflict and environmental destruction in its supply chain.

 

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Compared to the actions of its peers in the Snack Food 20, PepsiCo falls further and further behind as it churns out inadequate paper commitments that leave major loopholes for its controversial Indonesian palm oil supplier and snack food producer, Indofood.

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Call PepsiCo (914) 253 - 2000

“Hi, my name is [your name] from [your city]. I’m a [student, mom..] and one of your valued customers! It concerns me that your company cannot guarantee that it is not using Conflict Palm Oil in its products. PepsiCo must demand responsible palm oil from its suppliers and eliminate Conflict Palm Oil from your products. I encourage you to strengthen PepsiCo’s global responsible
palm oil procurement policy and implementation plan to ensures that the palm oil in your company’s supply chain is fully traceable, legally grown, and sourced from verified responsible palm oil producers not associated with deforestation, expansion onto carbon-rich peatlands or human and labor rights violations. Thank You!”

Email PepsiCo

Email PepsiCo CEO, Indra Nooyi to Demand an End to Exploitation in Snack Food

Social Media

http://facebook.com/PepsiCo
Hey @PepsiCo, I can’t stand by brands that use #ConflictPalmOil. Demand responsible palm oil from your suppliers and eliminate rainforest destruction and human rights and labor abuses from your products.

@Pepsi
@Pepsi I can’t stand by brands that use
#ConflictPalmOil linked to exploitation & deforestation.

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