Nuttelex with Coconut Oil is the newest addition to our range. Made with the goodness of pure coconut oil, you'll love it in curries, to fry-up your brekky and bake in cakes too. It's the world's first Australian made and 100% palm oil free table spread (including emulsifiers) to be sold nationally in supermarkets. 5 cents from every tub sold we donate to protect Oragutan habitat in Borneo.
Completely cholesterol free and virtually trans-fat free, Nuttelex with Coconut Oil is made with the very best quality, non-GM canola & coconut oils making it a great alternative to other spreads. With 50% less salt than regular butter, like every Nuttelex product we make this spread is also totally free from common allergens such as lactose, eggs, gluten, and nuts, as well as any type of animal ingredient.
We donate 5 cents from every pack sold to Orangutan Foundation International Australia (OFIA) to help preserve & protect Borneo’s orangutans. Specifically, Nuttelex with Coconut Oil sales will support OFIA’s Orangutan Care Centre & their Forest Legacy Project to buy essential forest habitat for the long-term conservation of orangutans.
For the orangutans eventual successful release back into the wild, land needs to be secured to ensure they have a safe place to live. Through the Orangutan Legacy Forest project, OFIA aims to purchase, protect and replant forest habitat in Borneo that is vital to the orangutan’s survival. This land would be protected from poachers, palm oil plantations, illegal loggers and miners, creating a large interconnected orangutan ‘sanctuary’ ideal for the release of rehabilitated orangutans from the Care Centre.
The Orangutan Legacy Forest is part of a larger OFI plan to purchase and protect a network of parcels of primary and secondary lowland forest located between the one-million-acre+ Tanjung Puting National Park, the 188,000-acre Lamandau Reserve, and the 1,000-acre Pasir Panjang Village Forest, home to OFI’s Camp Rendell ‘soft-release’ facility. OFI envisions a province-wide system of continuous, biologically intact nature reserves, parks, corridors and protected areas, which together will help provide essential habitat to ensure the long-term conservation of the endangered orangutan in the region. With so little protected forest remaining, and many national parks off limits to ex-captive animals, this initiative offers a real and tangible future for animals ready to return to the wild.
November 2021 marks the start of a very special Orangutan Awareness Month as OFI officially celebrates 50 years since, Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas arrived in Borneo in November, 1971, to start her pioneering work with orangutans. She has been working “in the field” ever since, dedicating her life to the conservation of orangutans and their rainforest home. Dr. Biruté has saved the lives of thousands of orangutans and has helped ensure that wild orangutan populations and their tropical rainforests will thrive into the future. Visit https://orangutanfoundation.org.au/dr-birute-mary-galdikas/50-years-in-the-field-dr-birute-mary-galdikas/ to find out more about her incredible story as she shares memorable moments from her 50 years in the field.
OFI currently care for 340+ orangutans at their Care Centre. These orangutans have been orphaned due to the destruction of their habitat for palm oil plantations, illegal logging, & mining. Orangutans, once rescued, need medical, parental, and emotional care before they can be successfully released into the wild. All newly arrived orangutans initially undergo a 30 day quarantine during which veterinarians give the rescued orangutans an extensive health check.
In the wild, orangutan infants share an intense bond with their mothers and do not leave them until they are, at least, 8 or 9 years of age. The centre aims to replicate this intense bond to some extent, with the relationships orangutan infants develop with their caregivers who act as surrogate mothers, caring for infants until they become large juveniles. Without the food, shelter, care, love and skills the OFI Care Centre provides, these beautiful, gentle apes would not survive let alone have a chance to be released back into the wild.
Nuttelex sent a small crew to Borneo to shoot our Nuttelex with Coconut Oil TVC . This was a unique journey indeed as seen in the footage below.
A big thanks to: Dr Birute Mary Galdikas OFI
Kobe Steele OFIA
The Sanford Partnership Creative Director: Matt Burgess Writers: Darren Winter and Matt Burgess Art Director: Matt Burgess Production House: Hub Productions Producer: Simon Hoy DOP: Barry Malseed Music: Christopher Elves Editor: Marco Damiano
OFIA’s mission is to support and continue the orangutan and forest conservation efforts initiated by Dr. Biruté Mary Galdikas in Kalimantan, Borneo. Dr Galdikas, who is Patron and a Board Member of OFIA, is an internationally renowned environmentalist, anthropologist and orangutan expert. For over four decades Dr. Galdikas has studied and worked closely with orangutans of Indonesian Borneo in their natural habitat, and is today the world’s foremost authority on the orangutan. Supported by incredibly caring and dedicated staff (as pictured above) and league of volunteers the ultimate aim is to secure a tangible future for Borneo’s orangutan population.
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Vegetable oil (coconut oil 4%), water, salt, emulsifiers ( 471 [non-palm], sunflower lecithin), natural flavour, natural colour (beta carotene) vitamin D, E.
Serving size is 10g. 50 servings per package.
|Per Serving||Per 100g|
|PROTEIN||0.0 g||0.0 g|
|FAT (total)*||6.0 g||60.0 g|
|Saturated||2.1 g||20.9 g|
|Trans# (max)||0.01 g||0.1 g|
|Polyunsaturated||1.2 g||12.4 g|
|Monounsaturated||2.7 g||26.6 g|
|CARBOHYDRATE||0.0 g||0.0 g|
|Sugars||0.0 g||0.0 g|
|SODIUM **||38 mg||380 mg|
|POTASSIUM (max)||10 mg||10 mg|
|VITAMIN D (10% RDI)^||1.0 µg||10 µg|
|VITAMIN E (30% RDI)^||3.0 mg||30 mg|