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L'Oréal

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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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France

Manufacturer

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L'Oréal Paris, Maybelline, Decléor, Garnier, Carita, Vichy, La Roche Posay, The Body Shop



France

Manufacturer

global-black.pngGlobal

Own Brand


L'Oréal Paris, Maybelline, Decléor, Garnier, Carita, Vichy, La Roche Posay, The Body Shop


L'Oréal

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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?

L'Oréal is involved in tracing its palm supplies back to mills, and if possible beyond, with the support of an external and independent third-party. 80% of its volumes are traced back to the refineries and 50% are traced back to the mills. In 2015, L'Oréal launched a pilot project targeting support to 500 Malaysian smallholders by 2020. Carried out through the "SPOTS Project," it involves its direct supplier, Clariant, alongside Wilmar and Wild Asia.