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Volume of CSPO Used

What is total volume (in tonnes) of CSPO that is used/bought by the company?
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Unilever+image
Unilever
Netherlands
1.52M
tonnes 2013
Nestlé+image
Nestlé
Switzerland
385,000
tonnes 2013
Johnson&Johnson+image
Johnson&Johnson
New Jersey (United States)
77,800
tonnes 2013
L'Oreal+image
L'Oreal
France
54,986
tonnes 2015
IKEA+image
IKEA
Sweden
34,000
tonnes 2013
REWE Group+image
REWE Group
10,100
tonnes 2013
Remia+image
Remia
8,310
tonnes 2013
Saraya+image
Saraya
7,010
tonnes 2013
Estee Lauder Companies Inc.+image
Estee Lauder Companies Inc.
New York (United States)
3,302
tonnes 2015
Marks and Spencer Group plc+image
Marks and Spencer Group plc
United Kingdom
3,064
tonnes 2013
Barilla S.p.A.+image
Barilla S.p.A.
1,800
tonnes 2013
Woolworths Limited+image
Woolworths Limited
Australia
532
tonnes 2013
Boots UK Limited+image
Boots UK Limited
United Kingdom
368
tonnes 2013
Shiseido Group+image
Shiseido Group
26
tonnes 2015
Ruchi Soya Industries+image
Ruchi Soya Industries
India
0
tonnes 2013
Groupe Danone+image
Groupe Danone
France
Unknown
tonnes 2013
Burger King Worldwide+image
Burger King Worldwide
Florida (United States)
Unknown
tonnes 2013
Kellogg Co.+image
Kellogg Co.
Michigan (United States)
Unknown
tonnes 2013

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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 the total volume (in tonnes) of CSPO used/bought/sold by the company in question.

 

WWF wants to see sustainable palm oil become a commodity in its own right – so that it can be traded in sustainable supply chains separate from the trade in conventional palm oil. Over a longer period, as markets like Europe and the US reach 100 per cent CSPO and demand grows in Asia, we would like to see the trade in non-certified palm oil dwindling and stopping.

To achieve this sustainable palm oil trade, we need to see whole supply chains and associated refineries and processing plants shifting to using only CSPO – so that everything they produce is derived solely from CSPO. In other words, we want to see the “physical” supply chain options growing – and that means all users of palm oil need to work hard with their suppliers and customers to push for faster progress.

Source: WWF - Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard Report

 

Methodology

In the attached Palm Oil Buyers or Retailers Scorecard, locate the company you wish to assess and check what the total volume is (in tonnes) of CSPO used/bought/sold by the company.