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Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) response

27 Mar 2017

…RSPO has systems in place to ensure that oil coming from RSPO Certified plantations abides to the standards set by the RSPO. These systems include third party certification, a system of accreditation for certification bodies, and an open and transparent grievance mechanism, supply chain certification to the end user and traceability provided via the PalmTrace system. This said, every system can fail and can be improved.

To further strengthen its assurance framework and deliver the credibility demanded by stakeholders, RSPO welcomes a constructive dialogue with all interested parties in the framework of the RSPO Assurance Task Force…

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