Global mega-brand Johnson & Johnson have issued a position statement on palm oil in 2020.
‘At Johnson & Johnson, we are committed to doing our part to address the unsustainable rate of global deforestation, particularly in precious rain forests.’
However, despite this virtue signalling, the brand’s supply chain continues to slash and burn forests and release mega-tonnes of carbon into the atmosphere, and killing hundreds of endangered species. Once these animals are gone – they are gone for good. See research on Johnson & Johnson’s palm oil sources.
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Johnson & Johnson own a vast global stable of consumer health, personal care and pharmaceutical products….
Consumer health products
- Johnson’s (including Baby Powder)
- Maui Moisture
- Biosense Webster
- DePuy Synthes
Personal care and skincare
- Clean & Clear
- C&C By Clean & Clear
- Aveeno Baby
- Women’s Rogaine
- Labo Labo
- Le Petit Marseillais
Vision and optical
- Abbott Medical Optics
- Tear Science
The Chain: Repeat Offenders Continue to Clear Forests for Oil Palm in Southeast Asia
7 thoughts on “Johnson & Johnson”
Thanks for the info. I will no longer buy any products from Johnson & Johnson, though looking at that list I think I’ve only bought a few before.
Still they’re now banned in our house!
Keep up the great work x
Thank you for the information. I knew Nestle was a big offender but did not know about Johnson and Johnson. They will be off our shopping list!!
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