clear cuts for Cheerios

In Indonesia, a company that sells to a supplier of Kellogg and General Mills has been accused of burning down forests to clear land to grow ingredients for products like Cheerios, Pringles, Frosted Flakes and more.
This massive fire has taken away the land where small-scale farmers used to grow food and has polluted their source of water. It’s also estimated to have caused greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to the annual pollution from 10.3 million cars – more than all of the cars in Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago combined.