Doritos' palm oil problem


WOW! More than 400,000 people have already watched our new palm oil parody!

Today's THE biggest day of the year for Doritos and PepsiCo and we really need you to watch and share our video exposing their ties to dirty palm oil, rainforest destruction and worker abuse.

Every single share helps save the orangutans and protect the rainforests and the communities calling it home.

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If you've already watched and shared our video, thank you! Please share it again... ahead of today's Super Bowl game. Everybody's going to talk about Super Bowl ads, and we really need our ad to make a splash if we want to force Pepsi to cut ties with dirty palm oil.

With your help today, we can also promote the video on Facebook and Twitter to make sure EVERYONE sees it, even Pepsi execs. Will you chip in to pay for online ads?



It’s crunch time for Doritos, and we need you to turn up the heat. Doritos’ parent company Pepsi is still in business with palm oil companies that exploit workers and destroy the rainforests where orangutans live.

You can expose the hot truth about Doritos before one of the biggest sporting events of the year: the Super Bowl -- and all you need to do it share this (pretty cool!) spoof video we made for the big game this Sunday.

THIS WORKS. Last time SumOfUs crashed the Super Bowl, members like you reached over 20 MILLION people, forcing Pepsi back to the negotiating table.

Click here to WATCH and SHARE our new Doritos spoof video.Thumbnail of Doritos parody video

Doritos spends millions on its cheesy Super Bowl commercial so it’s the perfect time for SumOfUs members like you to crash the party and expose the company’s dirty palm oil secret with a HOT spoof ad. We can’t let Doritos get away with greenwashing its complicity in destroying the orangutans’ rainforest homes for cheap palm oil.

The Super Bowl is on Sunday, so watch and share the video now to force Doritos to cut conflict palm oil for good.

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Thanks for all that you do,
Fatah, Andrea, Rebecca and the team at SumOfUs

More information:

Pepsi: stop dealing with SANCTIONED palm oil company Indofood, SumOfUs, November 2018
Palm Oil Giant Indofood Sanctioned Over Labor Rights Violations, Rainforest Action Network, 5 November 2018
The Human Cost of Conflict Palm Oil, Rainforest Action Network, 1 June 2016

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