PALMOILMAGAZINE, YOGYKARTA – The presence of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), a multi-stakeholder organization with nearly two decades of establishment, has stimulated various stakeholders to actively participate in the consumption of sustainable palm oil products.
Mahatma Windrawan Inantha, the RSPO Deputy Director of Market Transformation in Indonesia, emphasizes that sustainable palm oil and its derivatives can be responsibly utilized and consumed.
RSPO’s commitment to promoting sustainable practices in the palm oil industry has garnered attention and support from a wide range of parties. Recognizing the importance of sustainability, more stakeholders are becoming actively involved in consuming products derived from sustainable palm oil.
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Mahatma Windrawan Inantha’s statement reinforces the notion that sustainable palm oil can be utilized responsibly without causing harm to the environment or compromising ethical considerations. This serves as an encouragement for individuals and organizations to embrace sustainable palm oil and its derivatives in their consumption patterns.
By actively engaging in the consumption of sustainable palm oil products, stakeholders can contribute to the preservation of the environment and support the responsible practices advocated by RSPO. The growing awareness and involvement of various parties are essential steps towards creating a more sustainable and ethical palm oil industry.
“I welcome the good will of Perhimpunan Hotel dan Restoran Indonesia (PHRI) Yogyakarta to collaborate together in using sustainable palm oil products,” Windrawan said to Palmoilmagazine.com, Friday (15/4/2023).
He thought, PHRI Yogyakarta has philosophy – Memayu Hayuning Bawana which means, man has his obligation to maintain the harmony with universe that relates to man and God, man to man, and man to nature.
RSPO would fully support it as one strategic partner – PHRI Yogyakarta – to escalate tourism industries in the province to be more sustainable.
The use of sustainable palm oil products in hotel and restaurant industries can be easily found, such as, palm cooking oil, margarine to process food in such industries. Soaps, shampoos, toothpastes are available in many hotels. They were processed by using palm oil as the main material.
The transition heading to use sustainable palm oil should also deliver positive impacts for Yogyakarta as the pioneer to use certified sustainable palm oil in tourism industries in Indonesia that focus to environmental conservation and social aspects in the business practices. (T1)
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