WWF+Palm Oil Scorecard Countries
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Palm Oil Scorecard Countries

In which country is the company headquarters located?
Company
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Year
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Filtered answers
15 Known
+ 1 Unknown
= 16 Total results
Companies Values
USA
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
USA
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
USA
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
Unknown
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2014
Japan
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
India
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - UK
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - UK
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Switzerland
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Sweden
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Netherlands
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Netherlands
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Italy
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - Germany
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
EU - France
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013
Australia
Australia, USA, Japan, India, EU - Sweden
2013

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Australia
USA
Japan
India
EU - Sweden
EU - Germany
EU - UK
EU - Switzerland
EU - Belgium
EU - Denmark
EU - Netherlands
EU - Finland
EU - France
EU - Italy
EU - Norway
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About

Companies worldwide can and should be using 100% sustainable palm oil, as certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).

The 2013 Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard assesses the performance of 130 major retailers, food service companies and consumer goods and other manufacturers worldwide on their use of certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO).

This year’s Scorecard – the third WWF has produced – features companies from Europe, Australia, Japan, the US and India.

Source: WWF website

 

This metric indicates where the headquarters the company in question are located.

 
Why did WWF choose to score these companies in particular?
 
WWF chose to score companies based on their importance either in terms of the total volume of palm oil they use, their role and influence in the supply chain or because of their relevance in national markets where WWF works.
 
 
Why did WWF include India and the US alongside Europe and Australia this time?  
 
Consumption in these countries is increasing rapidly. Between 2009 and 2013, India’s palm oil use has rocketed from 6 to 9 million tonnes. Palm oil consumption in the US has also passed the 1 million tonne mark in the same period. These changes reflect the growing importance of Asian countries, companies and consumers in the palm oil sector – but also their growing potential to be part of the solution to the challenges facing the industry. It also shows the role that US-based companies, and in particular multinationals, will increasingly have in driving transformation. At the same time, Europe remains the strongest market for CSPO. It’s more important than ever for European companies to create demand for change in the industry. 
 
 
Methodology

In the attached Palm Oil Manufacturers or Retailers Scorecard, locate the company you wish to assess and check in which country their headquarters can be found.