Palm Oil Investigations

Click here to edit subtitle

Welcome to Palm Oil Investigations. We educate about the impacts of unregulated palm oil.  

We are not against palm oil, we are against deforestation for palm oil. 

We are a volunteer not for profit organisation.

Over 250 voluntary hours a week go into maintaining our Facebook page and working on all the projects behind the scenes : eg. phone app, research, website maintenance, working with companies to help them change sourcing and numerous other tasks which are necessary for organisation to be successful. 

You can help us by donating via paypal via the button above.

or direct deposit to Palm Oil Investigations Incorporated BSB  633000 Acc No 150761179 

Palm Oil Investigations has rapidly become the largest and most powerful consumer movement to tackle the palm oil crisis head on.   Any donation be it large or small is greatly appreciated. 

POI BARCODE SCANNER APP LAUNCH

Our palm oil product listings are currently under review so these tabs are currently not available.  We apologise for the inconvenience.  These tabs will be back up once all products have been sorted.  Thank you for your patience.  

POI sponsors the purchase of a drone for Centre For Orangutan Protection

Thank you to everyone who purchased a raffle ticket to help raise funds for POI and Orangutan Crisis Foundation to purchase a Drone for the Centre For Orangutan Protection.  As a result we were able to fully fund this important tool to help detect forest crimes.  As of 7th July 2014, Centre For Orangutan Protection are now able to get better images from field to know the latest situations with this DJI Phantom drone equipped with camera Go Pro 3 Black Edition.

Thank you to Jenni Hood, Mokosh organic skincare, Indah organics and Scrumpy Soap Company all who donated prizes for the raffle.  Without your assistance this would not have been possible.

Please support those who support us.

Global Warrior are generously donating  $2 per iphone case and $5 per T Shirt to POI.

We wish to offer our heartfelt thanks to Global Warrior for supporting us and our work. 

Cases available in iPhone 4 or 5. To purchase follow the LINK

T Shirts available in various colours.  To purchase follow the LINK


POI is set to launch official Trade Mark for products

TRADE MARKS CONSUMERS CAN TRUST

POI understands the difficulties for consumers to identifying products that are either palm oil free or contain ethical palm oil supply.  We have found many claims within the industry that don't quite ring true.  Is the product you are buying really palm oil free?  This is often not the case when it comes to personal care products.  

POI also recognises the difficulties for consumers to identify products using ethical supply of palm oil or palm derived ingredients.  Sadly certified palm oil can still be contributing to deforestation and violating human rights issues.  Therefore POI fully endorse The Forest Trust with their Traceable No Deforestation Policies.  These policies are extremely stringent and go above and beyond standard certification.


With the assistance of Mojito Creative graphic design.  POI now has 2 trade marks for brands and products and you can expect to see those TM's launched very soon.


The 2 trade marks are Palm Oil Free and Traceable No Deforestation Policy.


Both trademarks have been designed to make consumer choice easier and have very stringent policies attached to each TM.  

POI will not allow usage of these trade marks without backup documentation and ongoing policy compliance.  


Our Traceable No Deforestation Policy TM is backed up with full traceability and tracking of palm oil supply which is implemented by The Forest Trust http://www.tft-forests.org/   


If you are a brand and wish to enquire about either of our Trade Marks you can contact us at info@palmoilinvestigations.org

What is on the horizon for Palm Oil Investigations Inc?

Orangutan Crisis Foundation

Orangutan Crisis Foundation will be taking fundraising to new level.


We at Palm Oil Investigations have come to understand that saving the Orangutan from extinction is going to take money and a lot of it.  Our aim is to secure habitat for safe sanctuaries and provide urgent funds to the NGO's on the ground. 

If you are a business that would like to get involved.  Please contact us at info@palmoilinvestigations.org

Please like our Orangutan Crisis Foundation Facebook page in preparation for our official launch.  

Thank you to Jenny Allen at Mojito Creative for design of our OCF logo.

Join our mailing list

Palm Oil Investigations mailing list is now live.


Register here now. 






Be kept up to date with products that contain palm and palm oil free.

Information on our soon to be launched App.

News, Give away's and much more.

With Love from Indonesia
Support us by purchasing a beautiful Eggpicnic design 
15% of sales are donated to Palm Oil Investigations to assist us with our running costs.
visit the Eggpicnic online store to purchase

With love from Indonesia

Orangutan felt character 

Borneo Pygmy Elephant felt character

Person of the forest

Watch Green & educate yourself about the impacts of Palm Oil     The most informative short film ever made on this crisis.

Her name is Green, she is alone in a world that does not belong to her.  She is a female orangutan, victim of deforestation and resource exploitation.  This film is an emotional journey of Green's final days, it is a visual ride presenting the treasures of rainforest biodiversity and the devastating impacts of logging and land clearing for palm plantations. - Winner of 36 Film Awards - 

GREEN - A film by Patrick Rouxel

“Green” is about the rainforest of Indonesia. It is 48 min long, it is available for free download and copyright free for all non commercial screenings. The film has no narration, it is thus accessible to all nationalities. It was produced independently and free of all commercial or political attachment. Please don’t hesitate to screen the film wherever you feel appropriate.

Visit the Green Website.  Read the Q & A interview with film maker Patrick Rouxel to learn more about the making of Green.

Liquid Ivory aka palm oil is driving Sumatran Elephants to extinction.
Watch the video and learn why.