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  • 6 August, 2020
    MPOC and PERHILITAN Joining Hands to Save the Malayan Tiger
    MPOC And PERHILITAN Joining Hands To Save The Malayan Tiger Prowling through the lush jungles of Peninsular Malaysia is one of its country’s most iconic animals – the Malayan tiger. Taxonomically known as Panthera tigris Jacksoni, the Malayan tiger is an apex predator that roams extensively over the forested areas of Peninsular Malaysia and Southern […]
  • 5 August, 2020
    Ministry optimistic of CPO price reaching RM2,600
    KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 4): The Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC) is optimistic that the price of crude palm oil (CPO) will continue to rise up to RM2,500-RM2,600 per tonne by the end of this year. Its minister, Datuk Muhd Khairuddin Aman Razali, said demand for the country’s palm oil products continued to record […]
  • 4 August, 2020
    How to choose a healthy cooking oil?
    Be aware of your cooking oil health/nutrition value. It is of paramount importance.
  • 4 August, 2020
    Sarawak Land Authority: Palm oil fruit theft expected to occur more frequently with rising price of crude palm oil
    KUCHING, Aug 3 — With the rising price of crude palm oil (CPO), the theft of palm oil fruit is expected to happen more often, said Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority (Salcra). In a statement today, it said that six residents of a longhouse in Undop, Sri Aman were arrested for stealing oil palm […]
  • 4 August, 2020
    Impact of Sustainability in China’s Palm oil Trade
    China’s domestic consumption of palm oil has reached 7.2 million MT in 2019, which is approximately 9.5% of the total global production of palm oil. The imports and consumption of palm oil recorded a significant growth of 33% in 2019 (increasing from 5.4 million MT in 2018 to 7.2 million MT in 2019) which was […]
  • 3 August, 2020
    World Elephants Day 2020
    12th Aug is World Elephants Day #WorldElephantDay Elephants are the largest land mammals on earth and have distinctly massive bodies, large ears, and long trunks. The trunk is used for foraging, suck up water for drinking or bathing, greet other elephants, pick up objects and for making trumpeting sound of warning. The tusks of an […]
  • 29 July, 2020
    The Advantages of Palm Oil Usage in Lipstick
    Lipstick is a cosmetic product that contains pigments, oils, waxes and emollients. The use of palm oil as one of the main ingredients offer countless benefits to the consumer
  • 29 July, 2020
    Malaysian Red Palm Oil: The Bona Fide Superfood
    Malaysian Red Palm Oil: The Bona Fide Superfood Hailed as a superfood on a popular American television programme in 2013, red palm oil (RPO) gained its much-needed stardom. In truth, the orange-red hue edible oil has been around for centuries, culinarily used by ancient Egyptians. In Malaysia, while great attention has been given to palm […]
  • 29 July, 2020
    Rise of MPO Market Share in Bangladesh – Making Investment Opportunities Lucrative
    During Jan. – June period of 2020, the market share of MPO has increased significantly and has put Malaysia at a respectable position in the palm oil market share in the Bangladesh’s palm oil market once more. Price competitiveness of MPO compared to Indonesian suppliers contributed mainly in the said growth. This trend of increasing […]
  • 28 July, 2020
    Palm oil falls on stronger ringgit, set to snap three-day rally
    Malaysian palm oil futures were set to end a three-day rally on Monday, slipping from their highest in more than five months, as a stronger ringgit made the edible oil less attractive to foreign buyers. Palm oil for October delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange fell 0.6% to 2,760 ringgit ($648.95) a tonne in […]