Palm Oil -free Brands

🌴CONFLICT PALM OIL  is the world’s least expensive vegetable oil.

Palm kernel oil is unhealthy for the human body and it is responsible for human rights abuses, land grabs, and rainforest destruction.

Its irresponsible cultivation in tropical areas is causing Orangutan Extinction. Report from rainforest action network.

Palm Oil is found in many packaged food, and other products such as lipsticks, shampoos, soaps, and detergents.

More than 85% of the palm oil in America's packaged food is grown on palm oil plantations in Indonesia and Malaysia where it is associated with child labor and forced labor.

Palm oil isn't clearly labeled, IT IS IMPORTANT to recognize which products and brands are selling this critical ingredient in order to avoid it. FIRST, you need to learn how to identify it!

Palm oil goes by many names,  including Palm Kernel Oil, Palmitate, Glyceryl Stearate, Vegetable Oil, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. The full list is below.

RAN’s Conflict Palm Oil campaign is asking the Snack Food 20* companies to eliminate Conflict Palm Oil from their production and is demanding only responsible palm oil from their suppliers. 

25 Shades of Palm Oil

Palm oil and its derivatives can appear under more names than just “palm oil.”

Here they are listed by WWF 

1. Elaeis guineensis
2. Etyl palmitate
3. Glyceryl
4. Hydrogenated palm glycerides
5. Octyl palmitate
6. Palm fruit oil
7. Palm kernel
8. Palm kernel oil
9. Palm stearine
10. Palmate
11. Palmitate
12. Palmitic acid
13. Palmitoyl oxostearamide
14. Palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3
15. Palmityl alcohol
16. Palmolein
17. Sodium kernelate
18. Sodium laureth sulfate
19. Sodium lauryl lactylate/sulphate
20. Sodium lauryl sulfate
21. Sodium palm kernelate
22. Stearate
23. Stearic acid
24. Vegetable fat
25. Vegetable oil

🌴Palm Oil: Global brands profiting from child and forced labor

Unilever, Nestlé, Procter & Gamble are among nine household names contributing to labor abuse.

“Corporate giants like Colgate, Nestlé, and Unilever assure consumers that their products use ‘sustainable palm oil’, but our findings reveal that the palm oil is anything but. There is nothing sustainable about palm oil that is produced using child labor and forced labor. The abuses discovered within Wilmar’s palm oil operations are not isolated incidents but are systemic and a predictable result of the way Wilmar does business.

Amnesty International says it will campaign to ask the firms to tell customers whether the palm oil in popular products like Magnum ice-cream, Colgate toothpaste, Dove cosmetics, Knorr soup, KitKat, Pantene shampoo, Ariel, and Pot Noodle comes from Wilmar’s Indonesian operation.

List of brands that hide palm oil in their products. Palm oil is responsible for deforestation in Malaysia. Palm oil is hidden in many food products, cosmetics, and other everyday products. 

List of brand  from Palm Oil Detective

Responsible brands that decided to be Palm Oil-free 

Plaine Products Palm Oil-free 
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💚 This brand not only offers vegan, non-toxic, cruelty-free clean beauty products in eco-friendly packaging, they also offer a refill and recycling program where you can send them back the empty bottles for free. With them, nothing ends up in a landfill!
🍃 This Return Empty Bottles for Reuse is the most eco-friendly way to recycle our empty bottles and a step up to avoid plastic completely
🐠Free of single-use plastic

  • Free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, silicone, and palm oil

  • Blended with whole essential oils (instead of synthetic fragrance)

  • Vegan and non-GMO ingredients

  • Designed to biodegrade

  • Baby safe and hypoallergenic

  • Cruelty-Free, Leaping Bunny certified

  • 🌴 Palm Oil-free

  • Carbon Neutral Shipping

✅ Their unique formulas are carefully selected from nature’s most nutrient- and vitamin-rich plants, minerals, and renewable sources. They are blended and manufactured with care in Florida for Plaine Products.
🌟 Their collection offers natural shampoo, conditioner, body wash, body lotion, hand wash, hand sanitizer, hair repair, beauty oil, face wash, face moisturizer, face toner, travel sizes, and the newer unscented version for sensitive skin.
🌸Especially now, we are more prone to embrace companies that make products that satisfy our vision as responsible consumers!

Their approach to sustainable living is an inspiration for all of us and for other companies that are switching to a more eco-friendly production! 

🌿 I support this company and the amazing products!


Sjaak's Certified Organic Candies 
USDA Certified Organic Chocolate, Vegan, Gluten-free, dairy-free

💐I have been searching for better chocolate since I learned that conventional candy companies use unhealthy ingredients such as high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and artificial vanillin and bone char sugar!
😮Yes, bone char is used to bleach and filter refined sugar! According to @peta: if you want vegan sugar, avoid all refined sugar, alternatives are Sucanat and turbinado which are not filtered with bone char. Or choose beet sugar! 🐰 ​
​✨😍Or you can choose exquisite candies like these, from Sjaak’s Organic Chocolates! They are the finest, most pure and clean candy collection I have found so far! Their entire collection is USDA certified organic, non-GMO, dairy-free, fair trade certified, plant-based, certified Kosher and Vegan: this means they contain no animal ingredients such as milk, butter, eggs or gelatin! ✨🍫 Even their “Melk” chocolate is vegan and complete dairy-free as well! And all their sugar is non-bone char, 100% vegan!! My vegan friends and animal lovers, you have it all! 🐰 Sjaak’s candies are super tasty and delicious—I tried them all! 😋You can find them in my link! Or at 💕Now you are ready for your eco-friendly, cruelty-free, guilt-free and super Yummy Easter shopping!! 🌸