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Milton members urge National Trust to end relationship with Cadbury over palm oil



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Palm oil plantations cut through the forest in the north-eastern Borneo, state of Sabah, Malaysia
Palm oil plantations cut through the forest in the north-eastern Borneo, state of Sabah, Malaysia

Easter egg hunts at National Trust properties are a family favourite family past-time.

But now two Milton mums have put forward a resolution calling for the charity to end its £1.5million-a-year relationship with Cadbury because the chocolate giant still uses palm oil.

Associated with devastating deforestation, the ingredient is used in a host of everyday items such as foods, cosmetics, cleaning products and fuels. Suzanne Morris and Rosanna Bienzobas argue a conservation charity should have nothing to do with a company that persists in using the plant-based oil.



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