Suma sweetcorn now back in stock!
December 2, 2016 – 3:55 pm | Comments Off on Suma sweetcorn now back in stock!

We know you’ve been having a tough time of it recently. Life without sweetcorn can be pretty hard going.
But now you can breathe a sigh of relief, because we’re pleased to say our delicious Suma …

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  • all great thank you very much, brilliant in fact x

  • I like your products. But I am concerned that your dairy free soya spread contains PALM OIL. Since palm oil plantations are responsible for the destruction of so much of the rain forest in places like Borneo & Sumatra could you tell me a) where is your palm oil sourced? And b) why do you use palm oil? Why not use another vegetable oil?

  • Katy Murray says:

    Can you guarantee your palm oil is 100% sustainable? I heard it is impossible to be sure due to corruption, mismanagement and mixing of oils from different sources at the refineries.

  • paulo says:

    Hi Katy
    From the Suma Brand Team;
    “Our Palm Oil is supplied by New Britain Oils, who have their own dedicated tankers devoted solely to carrying the Oil from Papua, New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. It is fully accredited Sustainable Palm, and New Britain are members of RSPO (Round Table on Sustainable Palm).”

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