Ask for Choice Ask for Choice - New Zealand’s major zoos have joined the call for mandatory labelling of palm oil by throwing their support behind Unmask Palm Oil with our Ask for Choice campaign. Take action at… Read More
logo Zoos ask for choice on palm oil labelling - MEDIA RELEASE Monday, 15 August 2016 New Zealand’s four major zoos are throwing their support behind Unmask Palm Oil in a campaign that’s calling on Kiwis to join them in demanding clear labelling of palm oil on all food products. Ahead of a key vote on labelling being held on 25 November, the ‘Ask for… Read More
logo New Zealanders and Australians Agree: Palm Oil Should Be Labelled - MEDIA RELEASE Friday, 27 May 2016 from Unmask Palm Oil and Zoos Victoria The majority of New Zealand and Australians agree that palm oil should be labelled on food products and expect their Governments to mandate it according to recent polling. The dual-nation poll by UMR and commissioned by Zoos Victoria showed 92% of New… Read More
Meeting announced for Recommendation 12 - After an extremely frustrating set of delays, the ‘Australian and New Zealand Ministerial Forum on Food Regulation’ has committed to November/December 2016 as the meeting date for when they will decide whether mandatory labelling of vegetable oils will progress. We will be working towards this date to ensure that the Ministers know exactly why we… Read More
Sylvia Park Sylvia Park School supporting Unmask Palm Oil -   We are always impressed with the actions of the schools that we work with and Sylvia Park School is one of our best. After Ben came to speak with them they organised their own sustainable lunch, taught others in the school about the campaign and raised over $700 for the campaign. Great stuff!… Read More

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New Zealand's four major zoos have put their full support behind Unmask Palm Oil in asking for mandatory labelling of palm oil. It's time that we ask for choice and demand to know what is in our food.
Thanks to our friends at Auckland Zoo, Wellington Zoo, Hamilton Zoo and Orana Wildlife Park
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