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KFC’s secret recipe is out of the bucket. The Colonel has been keeping his chicken fresh with packaging made from rainforests that Sumatran tigers call home. Ask KFC to use packaging that does not destroy rainforests:
KFC has no policies to tackle deforestation and has been caught using paper made by Asia Pulp and Paper (APP). APP is one of the world’s most notorious forest destroyers and a company recently found using illegal timber.
KFC thinks turning the tigers’ home into trash is timber rippin' good. With only 400 tigers left in the Indonesian forests – they stand little chance of survival unless fast food companies like KFC stop boxing their food with rainforest packaging. A revolt is in the air and thousands of people like you need to join it.
Join this revolt by asking KFC to stop using packaging that destroys precious rainforests.
Right now people across the world, from Indonesia to China, Australia to America and around Europe are telling the one of the world’s biggest fast food company that responsible companies don’t turn rainforests into trash.
In India, KFC uses palm oil, which is also a leading cause for rainforest destruction. Yet, KFC has not made any commitment to source palm oil sustainably.
Join the revolt today and help change KFC’s secret recipe for destruction.
Thanks a billion!
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