We’ve done the work for you. We’ve graded the biggest corporations to let YOU know what really goes into their products and how they’re spending their money. That’s right, RAN analyzed a total of 17 brands and banks to see how they’re treating rainforests and the people who depend on them.
The Results? Not good. Not good at all:
- 11 got a straight F
- another 5 scored a D
- and just one brand barely passed with a C(-)
In other words: Ferrero’s chocolate candy is no bueno at all, Nissin’s instant noodles are literally Flop Ramen, and no bath tissue in the world is Charmin’ enough to clean up P&G’s trail of rainforest destruction.
Just how big of a failure are we talking about? All we’ve asked these companies for is to adopt policies that protect rainforests and human rights, take action against problematic suppliers, and—most importantly—prove to us, the consumers, that they’re following the rules.
And too often, the answer was “NO”. These brands and banks are great at making policies and promises. But making promises isn’t enough—they need to take tangible action.
Forest Campaign Director
Rainforest Action Network
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