Unmask Palm Oil. The Australasian campaign for mandatory labelling of palm oil

Proud to say we are now partnered with Wellington Zoo! As long time supporters of the campaign we look forward to working with them more

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Our Communications Manager, Daniel Adolph being interviewed for a short documentary about the campaign

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A handy infographic from our friends at WWF Australia, Zoos Victoria and Taronga Zoo

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The Unmask Palm Oil Auckland workshop held at Auckland Zoo

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Following the recent Tasmanian election Michael Ferguson becomes the new Minister of Health. Michael and these nine others form the group of ministers voting in 2015 on whether to progress mandatory labelling of palm oil 

See the updated list at:http://www.unmaskpalmoil.co.nz/unmaskpalmoil10

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Join the Facebook event for updates https://www.facebook.com/events/847303431962627/?ref=22

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2013 saw Unmask Palm Oil fight for labelling in New Zealand: a petition of 7500 people was presented to parliament, three political parties joined our cause, 4000 people saw a campaign presentation and we ran five volunteer workshops across the country. This year in 2014 Unmask Palm Oil expands into Australia ahead of the all important ministerial meeting that will decide Australian and New Zealand policy on palm oil labelling.

The decision to expand our campaign into Australia was made on the basis that New Zealand and Australia share food labelling laws. Food regulation in Australia and New Zealand is administered by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) and governed by the ‘Legislative and Governance Forum on Food Regulation.’ Put more simply the Legislative and Governance Forum is the ‘boss’ and FSANZ is the ‘employee.’

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A very promising meeting between our Campaign Coordinator, Ben Dowdle and New Zealand National MP, Maurice Williamson who is a great advocate of consumer choice

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