Spreading Jam (13g) and standard butter (10g) on a piece of toast would mean eating 8.2g of fat, of which 5.2g is saturated, and 10.5g sugar. Whereas a serving of Nutella contains 4.7g fat of which 1.7g is saturates and 8.5g of sugar.
This is in line with the government Eatwell Guide, which aims to make healthy eating easier to understand by giving a visual representation of the types and proportions of foods people need for a healthy and well balanced diet. It shows that foods which are high in sugars and fats can be consumed in small quantities. The key is balance and moderation – some foods like fruits and vegetables in large amounts and others like Nutella in small amounts.
1. Supply chain traceability
2. Not clearing High Carbon Stock forests
3. Not using fire to clear land
4. Not planting on peat soils
5. Protection of endangered species
6. Monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions
7. Human rights enforcement, including FPIC – Free Prior Informed Consent
8. Enforcement of the rights of workers
9. No usage of Paraquat (herbicide)
10. Active fight against corruption
All these issues will be reviewed in cooperation with the TFT (ex The Forest Trust) organization.