Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard 2016 | WWF
 
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See how companies scored

The companies that buy palm oil – and their customers – have a big role to play in making sure it’s produced responsibly, without causing harm to forests, wildlife, climate and communities
Since 2009, WWF has been regularly scoring the performance of companies on the core actions that they need to take to ensure they are acting responsibly.

Our Scorecards in 2009, 2011, and 2013 showed that some companies were making good progress, but many others aren’t doing enough.

Meanwhile many companies set themselves targets to be using 100% palm oil by 2015. That’s why WWF decided to score the actions of companies in this important year.

We wanted to answer the question, which companies have honoured their commitments and which have broken their promises to consumers on palm oil?

The 2016 edition of WWF’s Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard, looks at 137 major retailers, consumer goods manufacturers and food service companies from the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan and India.

Evaluated companies include such iconic brands as Carrefour, L’Oreal, McDonald’s, Nestlé, Tesco, and Walmart among others.

See the results of the Scorecard – and find out what you can do.

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