Join us to celebrate
International Day of Forests 21-28 Mar

Choosing sustainable palm oil prevents the burning of land that creates the haze.

From 21 to 28 March, we will be celebrating the International Day of Forests by having a meal at eateries that use sustainable palm oil to thank them for helping protect our forests, home to diverse (and adorable) wildlife.

The campaign will culminate on 28 March with a show of support to Old Chang Kee outlets island-wide.

Haze-free meal, nomVnom

Have a haze-free meal!

  • From 21 to 28 March
  • Dine at eateries that use sustainable palm oil (see list below)
  • Share a picture of you and your friends at the eatery using
#LoveForest #GoHazeFree #SustainablePalmOil

Share with us when and which eatery you plan to visit. We will send you an email reminder the day before.

Eateries using sustainable palm oil in Singapore

Eatery using sustainable palm oil: B3
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Crystal Jade
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Grain
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: IKEA
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: nomVnom
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Old Chang Kee
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Siloso Beach Resort
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Tung Lok
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Veganburg
Eatery using sustainable palm oil: Wildlife Reserves Singapore

What is sustainable palm oil?

Sustainable palm oil

Sustainable palm oil is produced by responsible companies that do not engage in practices that harm the environment such as deforestation and burning.

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Sustainable palm oil is certified by the Roundtable On Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), an international non-profit organisation.

we wear blue T-shirts which symbolize our wishes for blue sky forever!

Eateries in Singapore are starting to switch to sustainable palm oil. More eateries will switch to sustainable palm oil if they see our support and demand!

Organized by

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Supported by

NYC National Youth Council Singapore logo
SIIA Singapore Institute of International Affairs logo

In collaboration with

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Youth Activist Partner

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Disclaimers:

  1. PM Haze is a non-profit charity. To maintain our independence, we do not accept funds, directly or indirectly, from RSPO or any corporations in the palm oil or paper supply chain.
  2. The list of local eateries using sustainable palm oil may not be exhaustive. Please feel free to get in touch with us (email contact@pmhaze.org).
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