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Johnson & Johnson

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The WWF Palm Oil Buyers Scorecard assesses the progress of companies on the commitments and actions necessary to be a responsible user of palm oil. Companies were measured on these actions taken in 2015.
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Johnson & Johnson

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Volume of palm oil and CSPO used





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Additional actions taken

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What other actions does the company say it’s taking on sustainable palm oil?

Johnson & Johnson has its own Responsible Palm Oil Sourcing Criteria. It has worked with The Forest Trust (TFT) on supply chain mapping. J&J works with Solidaridad to help co-ops in Latin America reach RSPO certification. This project alone covered 3.5 times its annual palm usage. Additional projects in Colombia with Solidaridad and West Kalimantan with Wild Asia have also helped small farmers gain certification. J&J also worked with Conservation International on an ecosystem management project and with IDH and Wageningen University with smallholders in Indonesia.