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Timeline: Is Europe gradually abandoning palm oil?

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The popularity of palm oil, a versatile ingredient used in about half of all products on Europe’s supermarket shelves, is gradually waning. Growing awareness of the environmental destruction caused by palm oil harvesting, and the health concerns around the oil, is leading ever more companies to remove it from their lines and policymakers to tighten the regulatory noose.


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