See how you can make a difference to the palm oil supply chain by choosing to buy products that use sustainable palm oil

Thanks to recent changes in EU legislation every food product sold to the public in the UK that contains palm oil must have ‘palm oil’ listed on the packaging. Some will state that their palm oil is certified sustainable but others don’t.

With your help, we’re creating a gallery of manufacturers that are committed to using only 100% certified sustainable palm oil in their products.

So when you’re next doing your shopping have a look through our list below – you can then swap unsustainable products for sustainable ones just by looking at the labels. We’ll be adding more amazing companies who’ve made the switch as we find them so keep checking back. If you notice anything that is incorrect please get in touch with us to let us know.

The below list only includes those who use 100% RSPO certified palm oil (mass balance or segregated):
the-village-bakery

the-higgidy-kitchen

tangerine-confectionery

organix-logo

 

jordans-ryvita-company

 

ellas-kitchen

burtons-biscuits-logo allied-bakeries

Morning Foods logo

2 sisters food group logo

Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprungli AG logo

Dairy Crest logo

Ferrero Trading Lux S.A. logo

Lees Foods Ltd logo

Hill Biscuits logo

Lotus Bakeries logo

Matt and Ben's Proper Fudge logo

Mars Inc logo

Premier Foods logo

Thorntons Plc logo

Samworth Brothers logo

Quorn logo

Aldi logo

Warburtons logo