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Indonesia should launch a well-organized campaigns to counter the well-funded black campaigns pursued by the international NGOs amid the growingly tougher competition at the global market of vegetable oils. (more…) ...
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Palm oil plantations are larger than those of other vegetable oils, making world palm oil production higher than other vegetable oils. (MYTH 2-02) (more…) ...
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The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) has not only affected the health of Indonesian people but also their economy. But apparently, the palm oil industry in South Kalimantan (Kalsel) has eluded such impact. (more…) ...
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MYTH 2-01 – Overly Expansive Oil Palm Plantations FACTS – The development of palm oil plantations around the world, which has been said to have undergone revolutionary growth in recent years, has actually been exaggerated. The data show that the expansion of the oil palm plantations is far lower than ...
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The development of palm oil around the world especially in Indonesia has led to an increase in global competition among vegetable oils. Soybean oil, sunflower oil and rapeseed oil that previously dominated the world vegetable oil market have had to face head-to-head competition from rapidly growing palm oil not only ...
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The Indonesian Palm Oil Association (Gapki) Central Kalimantan (Kalteng) Head Dwi Darmawan has denied reports that two oil palm plantation companies in the province had stopped their operations due to the outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19). (more…) ...
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After being criticized by various groups, the World Health Organization (WHO) Eastern Mediterranean office has finally corrected its online info-graphic flyers which advise certain foods during the outbreak of Coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic. (more…) ...
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Food technology and agricultural products expert from Gadjah Mada University, Sri Raharjo, said consumption of virgin red palm oil (VRO) can help build immunity, and especially strengthen lungs, against a COVID-19 infection. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA – The citizens of Indonesia are still hit by corona virus (Covid-19). This influences not only the health but also their daily activity and economy. This is the same concern and also from the stakeholders joining in Indonesian Palm Oil Association (IPOA). (more…) ...
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The shipment of crude palm oil (CPO) from Pulau Baai seaport in Bengkulu province this year increased if compared to the shipment last year. (more…) ...
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