Tell KFC- Stop Trashing Rainforest

Kentucky Fried Chicken's supplier, Asia Pulp & Paper, gets the material to make the restaurant's packaging products from rainforests in Indonesia. Asia Pulp and Paper, a company exposed for using illegal timber, has been driving Indonesian rainforest destruction at an alarming rate to make throw-away paper products.

This deforestation is not only polluting our climate, but also pushing wildlife like the endangered Sumatran tiger towards extinction. With only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, every bit of its dwindling forest habitat matters.

Wood fiber originating from Indonesian rainforests can be traced to KCF packaging.  With about 400 Sumatran tigers left, there is no time to lose, and no room for KFC to look the other way while using rainforest destruction for packaging.

SOURCE and ADDITIONAL ACTION: http://www.kfc-secretrecipe.com/en_au/nogood

KFC Corporate Headquarters
CEO David C. Novak
1441 Gardiner Lane
Louisville, Kentucky 40213
United States
Phone: 502-874-8300
Fax: 502-874-8323
EMail: http://www.kfc.com/contact/


Kentucky Fried Chicken's supplier, Asia Pulp & Paper, gets the material to make the restaurant's packaging products from rainforests in Indonesia. Asia Pulp and Paper, a company exposed for using illegal timber, has been driving Indonesian rainforest destruction at an alarming rate to make throw-away paper products.


This deforestation is not only polluting our climate, but also pushing wildlife like the endangered Sumatran tiger towards extinction. With only 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild, every bit of its dwindling forest habitat matters.


Wood fiber originating from Indonesian rainforests can be traced to KCF packaging.  With about 400 Sumatran tigers left, there is no time to lose, and no room for KFC to look the other way while using rainforest destruction for packaging.

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