What does ‘Brexit’ mean for Malaysia and palm oil?

What does ‘Brexit’ mean for Malaysia and palm oil?

On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union (EU). According to the UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, this meant not only the UK’s regaining its sovereign authority, but...

The European Union prepares to set new maximum levels for 3-MCPD and its esters...

The controversial ‘split level’ approach Section 4 of the Annex to the draft Regulation sets the new maximum levels (in μg/kg) of 3-MCPD, 3-MCPD fatty acid esters and glycidyl fatty acid esters in...

The European Union prepares to set new maximum levels for 3-MCPD and its esters...

In the EU, palm oil might soon be subject to strict maximum levels for certain process contaminants. More specifically, the EU is currently in the process of setting new maximum levels for...

Key Issues Affecting Palm Oil In The EU And In EU Member States In...

The following are the key issues affecting palm oil in the EU, in EU Member States and in other European countries during 2020 and beyond. 1. The EU’s Renewable Energy Sources Directive The key...

MPOC Response on EU Deforestation Legislation

  The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) represents the interests of the Malaysian palm oil producers, exporters, end users and consumers worldwide. MPOC looks with interest and cooperative spirit to the EU’s legislative...