Here are some palm oil free convenience food and snack brands that DO NOT use rainforest-destroying palm oil. If you are ever in doubt look for the prefixes: LAUR, STEAR, GYLC and PALM in the ingredients list on packaging – this is most likely palm oil. Another tip is to shop for locally produced products instead of mass-produced convenience foods
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Did you know that palm oil is one of the world’s most destructive crops, as it can only be harvested in tropical rainforest and peatland landscapes where the highest concentration of endangered species live? The majority of palm oil and soy is fed to farm animals that people eat. This is why palm oil is an animal rights issue. And it is for these reasons that palm oil is NOT considered vegan by animal activists. It may be a plant-based substance, but it is NOT VEGAN. Convenience food megabrands like Mondelez, Nestle, Danone, CocaCola, Pepsi, Hersheys and Ferrero claiming that their products are plant-based AKA vegan but yet still using palm oil are simply greenwashing extinction and ecocide!
Palm Oil Free Crisps, Snacks, Convenience Foods
Califia Farms: Plant-based, vegan dairy and drinks
Dutch Weed Burger: vegan, palm oil free burgers and nuggets.
Liberation Foods: chocolate, spreads, nuts.
JEM: chocolate and nut sauces
Raw Gorilla: Cereals, snacks, chocolate
Santa Maria: Mexican chips, crisps, tortillas, sauces
True Gum: chewing gum, mints, sweets.