1. Paula
    11th August 2018 @ 5:24 am

    I enjoy what you guys are usually up too. Such clever work and coverage! Keep up the amazing works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll.


  2. Dee
    17th July 2018 @ 11:37 pm

    Your agrument about going vegan is not helpful because tons of vegan food as palm oil in it (earth balance, justin’s, back to nature , etc). These companies should be ashamed of their hypocrisy . The only way I see it is for vegans to stop buying from these companies and call them out on their error.


    • Elise
      24th July 2018 @ 10:36 am

      Did you even read the whole article? Boycotting palm oil is not a good idea..


  3. A Vegan Perspective on Palm Oil – Scent of A Vegan
    10th June 2018 @ 11:01 am

    […] companies to seek alternatives to replace it, all of which are far less sustainable. As noted by The Green Vegans the issue is not palm oil itself but rather “the huge demand for vegetable oils and the lack […]


  4. soren impey
    13th February 2018 @ 10:38 pm

    RSPO was always an industry-led group so it’s unclear why would focus on its false claims.

    Palm oil grown on non-clear-cut land that is fully traceable and does not involve the extinction of non-human persons is *widely* available:



    • Alex
      17th February 2018 @ 12:54 pm

      @soren impey

      If RSPO already doesn’t mean much and many companies get the certificate without even adhering to the rules, then why should people believe that POIG, a group that also includes many palm oil companies, is any more trustworthy?

      Sure, it is good to work towards a more sustainable palm oil industry as it’s unlikely the world is going 100% palm oil free, but research has shown that the RSPO is not much of an improvement and not exactly reliable and I don’t see why another group that includes many of the same people and says to support RSPO would be more trustworthy.


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