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Beware of ingredients that may come from unsustainable sources
Some of the ingredients in foods may come from unsustainable sources, and because of the complicated and nontransparent nature of supply chains, it is often difficult to determine which ones are harmful and which ones are not. For instance, some of the ingredients you may find in your food are associated with deforestation, including palm oil, cocoa, and soybeans. It’s hard to completely avoid these ingredients as palm oil in particular is used in about 50% of all packaged food products in supermarkets today and can also be found in your personal care products. However, you can keep an eye out for companies or products that have reputable certifications like Rainforest Alliance Certified or Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certified, which lets you know they source responsibly. You can also check to see if your preferred food brand signed onto a zero-deforestation policy, and how they are faring in achieving this goal with Greenpeace’s Company-Scorecard guide.View the website
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