PepsiCo

Boycott PepsiCo because their products contain palm oil linked to deforestation and species extinction #Boycottpalmoil #Boycott4Wildlife

Despite decades of promises to end deforestation for palm oil PepsiCo (owner of crisp brands Frito-Lay and Doritos amongst hundreds of other snack food brands) have continued sourcing palm oil that causes ecocide, indigenous landgrabbing, and the habitat destruction of the rarest animals on earth.

All of these animals are on a knife-edge of survival. It is for this reason, we boycott PepsiCo and its sub-brands. Find out about their forest destroying activities below and what you can do to stop them by using your wallet as a weapon. it’s the #Boycott4Wildlife

Despite decades of promises to end #palmoil #deforestation and @RSPOtweets greenwashing @PepsiCo continues with ecocide and deforestation for palm oil putting 1000s of species close to extinction #Boycottpalmoil #Boycott4Wildlife

For decades, massive protests and campaigns against PepsiCo’s palm oil deforestation have happened

Boycott PepsiCo because their products contain palm oil linked to deforestation and species extinction #Boycottpalmoil #Boycott4Wildlife

Fast forward to today, PepsiCo continue with human rights abuses and deforestation for palm oil

A 2021 joint BBC/Gecko Project and Mongabay Investigation found that Nestlé, Kellogg’s, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, and PepsiCo have sourced palm oil from Indonesian companies linked to human rights abuses and have failed to pass on millions in profits to smallholder ‘plasma’ farmers.

Via BBC

Video by Rainforest Action Network: Nestle and PepsiCo have ties to illegal palm oil deforestation

Demanding Accountability - Wahli and Pusaka report 2021 Nestle PepsiCo

A 2021 report from TuK INDONESIA, PUSAKA, Walhi, and Forest Peoples Programme finds that household names including Nestlé, PepsiCo, Wilmar and Unilever and associated global financial institutions and investors continue to ‘turn a blind eye’ to human rights abuses in their palm oil supply chains.

Human rights abuses identified include:

  • the denial of indigenous peoples’ rights, expropriation of community lands without consent
  • involuntary displacement
  • violations of environmental rights
  • repression
  • harassment
  • criminalization and even killings of human rights defenders.

Despite these very serious, long term and well documented human rights abuses and environmental damage, on the ground, major downstream companies continue to invest in, or source products from these plantations ( often without recording the social harms they are causing or demanding remedy for violations.

Pepsi are linked to deforestation and ecocide and human rights abuses for palm oil

A Chain Reaction Report from 2021 showed that they have caused 100,000ha of deforestation in their palm oil supply chain since 2016.

Use your wallet as a weapon and boycott these brands owned by PepsiCo

Here’s the full list of sub-brands

Pepsi
Lays
Mountain Dew
Doritos
Gatorade
Tropicana
Quaker Oats
Lipton
Starbucks
Aquafina
Ruffles
Cheetos
Brisk
Tostitos
Frittos
Diet Pepsi
Diet Mountain Dew
Sierra Mist
7Up
Mirinda
Walkers
Pepsi Black
Pure Leaf
Bubly
Naked
Soda Stream
Kevita
Lifewtr
Sierra Mist
Stubborn Soda

Izze Propel
O.N.E
Sobe Elixirs & Teas
Mug Root Bear
Stacy’s
Bare Snacks
Sabra
Smart50
Fritos
Near East
Sun Chips
Smartfood
Off the Eaten Path
Simply
Rold Gold
Miss Vickie’s
Red Rock Deli
Cracker Jack
Nut Harvest
Life
Matador
Quaker Chewy Granola Bars

Santitas
Funyuns
Cap’n Crunch
Rice-a-Roni and Pasta Roni Quaker Rice Crisps & Rice Cakes Maui Style
Sabritones
Munchies
Munchos
Grandma’s
Aunt Jemima

Tell PepsiCo to stop destroying rainforests for palm oil

PepsiCo’s profit-first palm oil policy is still destroying rainforests.

Meanwhile, PepsiCo keeps on promising that it’s working towards a truly sustainable palm oil policy, making commitments to human rights and zero deforestation. But this new report leaves no doubt: this whole time, PepsiCo’s palm oil promises have been nothing but smoke and mirrors.

Tell PepsiCo it’s time to cut ties with companies destroying our rainforests and exploiting their workers for cheap palm oil.

Other global brands to boycott

Here are some other ways you can help by using your wallet as a weapon and joining the #Boycott4Wildlife

Palm Oil Detectives is 100% self-funded

Palm Oil Detectives is completely self-funded by its creator. All hosting and website fees and investigations into brands are self-funded by the creator of this online movement. If you like what I am doing, you and would like me to help meet costs, please send Palm Oil Detectives a thanks on Ko-Fi.

Published by Palm Oil Detectives

Hi, I’m Palm Oil Detective’s Editor in Chief. Palm Oil Detectives is partly a consumer website about palm oil in products and partly an online community for writers, scientists, conservationists, artists and musicians to showcase their work and express their love for endangered species. I have a strong voice for creatures great and small threatened by deforestation. With our collective power we can shift the greed of the retail and industrial agriculture sectors and through strong campaigning we can stop them cutting down forests. Be bold! Be courageous! Join the #Boycott4Wildlife and stand up for the animals with your supermarket choices

One thought on “PepsiCo

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: