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Indofood: A Massive Loophole for Conflict Palm Oil

Following two years of escalating public outcry over its use of Conflict Palm Oil, PepsiCo released a new palm oil commitment…that environmental and human rights organizations immediately labeled as both inadequate and incomplete. PepsiCo’s newly announced commitment specifically exempts its joint venture partner Indofood from adhering to its heightened social and environmental standards. Indofood produces the PepsiCo products containing palm oil in Indonesia. It is the third largest private palm oil company in Indonesia and remains the last company among the top three palm oil growers yet to adopt a responsible palm oil policy…[We invited Indofood and PepsiCo to respond; PepsiCo response provided; Indofood has not responded.]