IndoAgri/IndoFood/Salim Group – Bintuni Agro Prima Perkasa (BAPP) – popup
|November 2017||17 November 2017:
Mighty Earth RRR1 alleged ownership ties of Bintuni Agro Prima Perkasa (BAPP) to the Salim Group, of which the former allegedly deforested 138 hectares of peat and peat forests in Papua’s Sorong Province from October 2016 to August 2017.
||We made contact, in attempt to first understand and ascertain the relationship between BAPP and Salim Group.|
|IndoAgri has conveyed that BAPP is not part of the Salim Group/Indofood Group of companies.|
|August 2018||Our last purchase date was in August 2018. (Refer to our grievance case tracker for updates on IndoAgri’s PP London Indonesia Tbk here).|
|September 2018||Since then, Greenpeace published another report, “Final Countdown: Now or Never to Reform the Palm Oil Industry”. The report alleged that BAPP cleared nearly 100 hectares of forest between 13 September 2014 – 20 June 2018.
We consider the case closed as IndoAgri is no longer in our supply chain.