At Nuttvia we are spreading the good as Australia’s favourite hazelnut spread with 97% less sugar. We are proud to use zero palm oil and be certified by the orangutan alliance.
What is palm oil?
Palm oil originates from the fruit of the oil palm tree, native to South America and Western Africa. There are two varieties of oil palm, Elaeis guineensis and Elaeis oleifer. The palm oil tree produces two types of oil, palm kernel oil that comes from the seed, and palm oil, which comes from the fruit of the tree.
Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) currently care for 330+ orangutans at their Care Centre in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. These orangutans have been orphaned mainly due to the destruction of their habitat for palm oil plantations, illegal logging & mining. Without the OFI Care Centre, these beautiful, gentle apes would be homeless and more than likely dead.
Have you ever wondered what’s really in your food? Even if you did, we can tell you that many packaged foods you will find in your local supermarket contain ingredients you didn’t even know or heard of before. .
Nuttvia has donated $1000 to protect and help buy back rainforest land called The Orangutan Legacy Forest through the Orangutan Foundation International Australia (OFI). The OFI began purchasing land in Borneo with the intention of using it as a sanctuary for displaced Orangutans. Over 300 orangutans who have had their homes taken from them have taken refuge in the legacy forest.
Since her arrival at Pondok Danielle, Orangutan Foundation International's Australia (OFI) orangutan nursery, Holland has won the hearts of OFI caregivers and volunteers alike. She is a particularly adorable infant orangutan. There is something about her soulful eyes and quiet charm that people find captivating.
Hockey is the sweetest, most gentle and most loving orangutan you could ever hope to imagine. Hockey is an adolescent now. She had a stroke as an infant before she came to Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) Care Centre.
Cute and cuddly Kobe was rescued in 2014 by
Police had confiscated Jeffrey Junior from people keeping him as a pet. Jeffrey was just seven months old when he was brought to the Orangutan Care Centre and Quarantine (OCCQ) in early 2017. It wasn’t clear exactly what had happened to him, but it was clear he had been through a lot in his little life.
Little Carmen captivates everyone. She was tiny when she first arrived at the Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) Care Centre in
She gets along well with all her orangutan friends; it’s humans that are the ones that make her wary.
Little Amelia was four years old when she was brought to the Orangutan Care Center & Quarantine in 2018. She was found, abandoned and orphaned, in the middle of a recently clear-cut piece of land in the Lamandau region of Central Kalimantan.