Tree Planting

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Our One-For-One tree planting initiative sees us plant a coconut palm in The Philippines each time our coconut oil is purchased.

This ensures we are helping rural communities and coconut farmers get back on their feet, while contributing to the long term success and wellness of the Philippines.

Planting new coconut palms is helping Filipino Coconut farmers rebound from the destruction of typhoon Hiayan, while improving crops and oil quality. Planting new coconut palm trees is also an important and effective way to reduce Carbon and Global warming. Extensive coconut lands of about 3.2 M hectares make The Philippines’ one of the tropical countries that have a high potential to mitigate global warming, specifically carbon emissions.

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