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Superunie

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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.
See how companies were assessed


Netherlands

Retailer

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Did not report


Perfekt, Markant, g'woon



Netherlands

Retailer

national-black.pngNational

Did not report


Perfekt, Markant, g'woon


Superunie

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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?

Superunie specifies that its suppliers only use CSPO and it records which supply chain options they use. However, Superunie does not calculate its total palm oil volume, nor the total volumes for the different supply chain options, so does not report on it. Superunie, via its participation in the Dutch Food Retail Association (CBL), is part of the Dutch Alliance on Sustainable Palm Oil (DASPO).