NORTH SUMATRA, INDONESIA - JANUARY 18: A close up of palm oil fruits in Kuwala village, Kutalimbaru, Deli Serdang, North Sumatra, Indonesia, on January 18, 2017.  Indonesia is the world's largest producer of Palm Oil, made from the palm fruit, followed closely by Malaysia. Palm plantations built on destroyed tropical rainforest, have seen the death and displacements of many species, among them the endangered orangutan. Palm oil is an ingredient in many products across supermarket shelves. Consumer groups are pressing end users to buy only products containing substitutes or sustainably sourced palm oil, warning species and pristine habitats are on the brink of being lost forever to humankind.  (Photo by Jefri Tarigan /Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)