Posts Tagged with "The Power Is In Your Palm Tour"

It’s Smucker’s Turn to Feel the Pressure

Monday, September 23, 2013

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It’s Smucker’s Turn to Feel the Pressure

The Snack Food 20 are really feeling the pressure! You all have sent almost 20,000 messages to the Snack Food 20 demanding that they cut “Conflict Palm Oil” tied to rainforest destruction, orangutan extinction, and human rights violations from their products. We are well on the way to reaching our goal of getting 60,600 people [...]

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Strawberry the Orangutan Visits the Home of Tony the Tiger

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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Strawberry the Orangutan Visits the Home of Tony the Tiger

Today an orangutan called Strawberry, along with RAN’s Palm Oil Action Team and local residents from Battle Creek, Michigan, paid a visit to the home of Tony the Tiger, a.k.a Kellogg’s headquarters, to call on the snack food giant to cut “Conflict Palm Oil” from its products. Strawberry’s family lives in the forests of Indonesia [...]

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The Power Is In Your Palm Tour Visits Kraft and Mondelēz Headquarters

Monday, September 16, 2013

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The Power Is In Your Palm Tour Visits Kraft and Mondelēz Headquarters

Rainforest Action Network (RAN) and an orangutan named Strawberry met with company officials at the headquarters of food giants Kraft Foods Group and Mondelēz International on Friday. These were the first company stops on The Power Is In Your Palm Tour, and they happened the day after we announced our new national campaign to remove [...]

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Fed Up With Cargill, We’re Taking Our Demands To Its Customers

Monday, September 9, 2013

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Fed Up With Cargill, We’re Taking Our Demands To Its Customers

It has begun! I’m here in Minnesota today to kick off The Power Is In Your Palm Tour, a traveling roadshow that will visit a dozen of the Snack Food 20—companies using conflict palm oil in their popular snack food products—at their US headquarters. I’ll be working with the dedicated activists on the Palm Oil [...]

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