Business Locations in Japan in FY 2020
Business Locations Overseas
- Business Locations in Japan
- ・NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS CO., LTD. (Tokyo Head Office, Osaka Head Office, and “the WAVE” R&D center), and MYOJO FOODS CO., LTD. (Research Center). Only data on CO2 emissions and the Energy Consumption for FY2019 and 2020 are included for the above-mentioned business locations.
- ・Manufacturing plants in Japan
- Business Locations Overseas
- ・Manufacturing plants Overseas
- ・None of the FY2017 and 2018 data includes data for NISSIN YILDIZ GIDA SANAYI VE TICARET A.S.
- *1Energy consumption data as well as CO2 emissions data for FY2006, FY2017 and FY2018 does not include data for UNI-STAR and SAGAMI FRESH.
- *2Transportation data which covers transportation of products from plant to wholesaler refers to NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, NISSIN FROZEN FOODS, MYOJO FOODS and NISSIN CISCO.
- *3Product weight data does not include data for UNI-STAR and SAGAMI FRESH.
- *4The waste data and recycling rate:
・FY2006 data for MYOJO FOODS is not included
・FY2006, FY2017, FY2018 and FY2019 data for BONICHI is not include
- *5Product weight data does not include data for UNI-STAR, SAGAMI FRESH and BONCHI.
CO2 emissions from the production division are calculated according to the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Counter Measures.
CO2 emissions for electricity use in Japan are calculated using emission factors for the previous fiscal year disclosed by electric power companies.
CO2 emissions for overseas electricity use are calculated using country-specific emissions factors from the International Energy Agency.
Estimated data is used for overseas manufacturing plants where complete data was not available.
The thermal energy conversion factor for Japan and overseas electricity use is 3.6 (GJ/MWh).
Logistics-related emissions are calculated according to the provisions of the Act on the Rational Use of Energy.
Because the figures have been rounded up or down, grand totals may not exactly match the sum of totals for individual companies, and the sum of percentages may not add up to 100%.
The data for FY2018 and beyond regarding CO2 emissions, water and waste received third-party certification.
Breakdown of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the FY2019
|CO2 emission（1000t）||Composition ratio|
|Category1: Purchased goods and services||2,328||57.2%|
|Category2: Capital goods||232||5.7%|
|Category3: "Fuel-and-energy-related activities not included in Scope 1 or 2"||57||1.4%|
|Category4: Upstream transportation and distribution||374||9.2%|
|Category5: Waste generated in operations||9||0.2%|
|Category6: Business travel||4||0.1%|
|Category7: Employee commuting||20||0.5%|
|Category8: Upstream leased assets||Not relevant||-|
|Category9: Downstream transportation and distribution||253||6.2%|
|Category10: Processing of sold products||Not relevant||-|
|Category11: Use of sold products||289||7.1%|
|Category12: End of life treatment of sold products||89||2.2%|
|Category13: Downstream leased assets||Not relevant||-|
|Category14: Franchises||Not relevant||-|
|Category15: Investments||Not relevant||-||Total of Scopes 1, 2 and 3||4,070||100.0%|
- Scope 1: Direct emissions from owned or controlled sources; Scope 2: indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy; Scope 3: all indirect emissions (not included in Scope 1 or Scope 2) that occur in the value chain. There are 15 categories of emissions.
- ・Scope 1,2
- NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS CO., LTD. (Tokyo Head Office, Osaka Head Office, and “the WAVE” R&D center), MYOJO FOODS CO., LTD. (Research Center) and the manufacturing plants in Japan and overseas.
- ・Scope 3
- CO2 emissions from the value chains of NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS and the Group companies in Japanese and overseas.
Calculated according to the Basic Guidelines on Accounting for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Throughout the Supply Chain Ver. 2.6 , and the Corporate Value Chain (Scope 3) Accounting and Reporting Standard
Scope 3 emissions:
The Scope 3 emissions for the FY2017 and FY2018 received third-party certification.
Environmental Conservation Costs
|Pollution prevention costs|
|Environmental conservation costs|
|Resource circulation costs|
|Upstream / downstream costs|
|Social activity costs|
|Environmental remediation costs|
- *Only costs for activities that contributed to effective environmental conservation are reported.
- *Personnel costs were calculated by how long the employees spent on conservation activities.
- *Scope of data：NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS’s all plants (Kanto Plant, Shizuoka Plant, Kansai Plant, Shiga Plant and Shimonoseki Plant), the NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS (Tokyo Head Office, Osaka Head Office, and “the WAVE” R&D center), SAPPORO NISSIN and AJINIHON
Environmental Conservation Benefits
|INPUT||Energy Consumption (TJ)||2,211||2,242||2,511||-178|
|heavy oil (TJ)||0||0||0||0|
|Waste Emissions (t)||21,745||22,328||24,857||-1,626|
|Landfill of waste (t)||85||103||74||33|
|Discharged Water (m3)||1,083,545||1,087,697||1,321,571||-189,904|
- *Accounting is based on the Environmental Accounting Guidelines 2005 issued by the Ministry of the Environment.
- *Scope of data: NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS’s all plants (Kanto Plant, Shizuoka Plant, Kansai Plant, Shiga Plant and Shimonoseki Plant), SAPPORO NISSIN and AJINIHON
- *FY2019 Product Weight×(FY2020 Product Weight÷FY2019Product Weight)- FY2020 Product Weight
Progress toward Medium-Term Environmental Targets for FY2021
|Targets||Results for fiscal 2017||Results for fiscal 2018||Results for fiscal 2019||Results for fiscal 2020|
|30% reduction in greenhouse gas (CO2) emission from business operations*1||23.9%||25.3%||26.3%||26.2%|
|Maintenance of waste recycling rate of 99.5% or higher||99.6%||99.6%||99.5%||99.6%|
|100% ISO 14001 certification rate at Group plants*2||60.0%||69.2%||71.8%||71.8%|
|Improvement of environmental manager qualifications (Eco Test pass rate of 100%)*3||20.8%||41.7%||62.5%||79.2%|
- *1Reduction target per unit of output at domestic business sites subject to reporting (compared to fiscal 2006)
- *2Certification rate at manufacturing plants in Japan and overseas subject to inspection (at the time of target setting)
- *3Including alternative qualifications, such as Environmental Planner certification
- *NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, NISSIN FROZEN FOODS, MYOJO FOODS, NISSIN CISCO, NISSIN YORK and BONCHI are obligated to recycle packaging materials under the Containers and Packaging Recycling Act
Goals and Achievements in Palm Oil Procurement
|Result for fiscal 2020||FY2031 goal|
|Palm oil sustainable procurement rate||20%*1||100%|
|Procurement rate from suppliers that can trace products up to oil mills||100%*2|
- *1Usage ratio of RSPO-certified palm oil by NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN FOODS (U.S.A.) and Nissin Foods Kft. to the entier Group
- *2Scope: group companies in Japan
Group Companies with ISO 14001 Certification
|Japan||NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS (Kanto Plant, Shizuoka Plant, Kansai Plant, Shiga Plant, Shimonoseki Plant), MYOJO FOODS (Head Office, Research Center), NISSIN CISCO (Tokyo Plant, Osaka Plant), NISSIN YORK (Kanto Plant, Kansai Plant), SAPPORO NISSIN, NISSIN PLASTICS (Kanto Plant, Shiga Plant, Kansai Plant), HIGASHINIHON MYOJO (Saitama Plant), NISHINIHON MYOJO (Kobe Plant), UNI-STAR, SAITAMA NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, SHIKOKU NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN F.D. FOODS, AJINIHON, KAGAWA NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS|
|Overseas||NISSIN FOODS (Hong Kong), WINNER FOOD PRODUCTS, ZHUHAI GOLDEN COAST WINNER FOOD PRODUCTS, GUANGDONG SHUNDE NISSIN FOODS, FUJIAN NISSIN FOODS, ZHEJIANG NISSIN FOODS, NISSIN FOODS DO BRASIL, NISSIN FOODS (THAILAND), NISSIN FOODS VIETNAM|
Major Pollution-Related Accidents or Lawsuits in Fiscal 2020: 0
Endorsement of Industry Associations and Initiatives
- ・Signatory to the United Nations Global Compact
- ・Endorsing the TCFD
- ・Participating in the TCFD Consortium
- ・Participating in the Science Based Targets (SBT) Initiative
- ・Participating in the RE100
- ・Participating in the Ministry of the Environment’s network on promoting decarbonizing management
- ・Participating in the Challenge Zero
- ・Participating in the Clean Ocean Material Alliance as a managing company
- ・Participating in the 10×20×30 Food Loss and Waste Initiative of the Japan project
- ・Participating in the Institute of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Japan as a supporting member
- ・Participating in the Japan Sustainable Palm Oil Network (JaSPON) as a board member
- ・Participating in the Cellular Agriculture Institute of the Commons Citizen Science
Breakdown of Procurement Costs by Region (Target: NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS])
- ・Japan: 91%
- ・China: 5%
- ・Other regions in Asia: 3%
- ・Europe and other regions: 0.1 or lower
Goals and Achievements in Palm Oil Procurement
|Result for Fiscal 2017- Fiscal 2020||Target|
|Number of suppliers visited in Japan and abroad||Around 100 suppliers visited annually||100 suppliers|
Acquisition of Third-party Certification on Food Safety: 23 and 13 Locations Respectively in Japan and Overseas
We do not use genetically modified agricultural products subject to mandatory labeling as raw materials of products made for Japan.
In 2019, there was suspicion that NISSIN FROZEN FOODS’ Nissin Chicken Ramen Kin-no-Chahan (best before date: April 25, 2020) has been contaminated by plastic pieces. Voluntary recall was completed by June 2020. The results of investigation did not find contamination by plastic pieces.
Customer Satisfaction Survey
In fiscal 2020, more than 90% of customers replied that they wish to purchase our Group’s products again in the future.
Endorsement of Industry Associations and Initiatives
Participating in the Consumer Goods Forum
|Number of employees||Total||2,044||2,168||2,194||2,266|
|No. of new graduates(females)||52 (11)||61 (11)||48 (11)||44 (11)|
|Attrition rate of employees with less than three years of service||13.0||10.5||11.5||23.0|
|Female manager ratio||2.9||3.8||4.0 *6||5.2|
|No. of re-employed persons||56||60||73||98|
|Average years of service
|Permanent turnover ratio||3.5||4.5||3.7||4.8|
|Employees taking parental leave
|33 (4)||32 (4)||38 (2)||50 (4)|
|No. of employees taking family care leave||1||1||1||0|
|Paid leave usage ratio *4||63.3||76.8||96.6||94.7|
|Disabled employee ratio *5||2.06||1.97||2.18||2.36|
|Mid-career hire ratio *1||-||-||-||76.2|
|Result for Fiscal 2020||Goals|
|Female hiring ratio of new university graduates (for career-track positions)||25%||25% or higher by fiscal 2021|
|Female manager ratio||5%||8% or higher by fiscal 2021|
|Paternal leave*7 usage rate||70%||70% or higher by fiscal 2020|
- *1Employees of those who are employed by NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS (including employees on temporary assignment to NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, NISSIN FROZEN FOODS, etc.)
- *2Employees of NISSIN BUSINESS SUPPORT PLUS
- *3As of March 31
- *4 Scope: Non-managers
- *5 Scope: Employees of *1, *2 and MYOJO FOOD
- *6 Permanent Female employees and female manager ration were third-party verified.
- *7 Leave for male employees for the purpose of childcare
The Rate of Labor Union Membership in Fiscal 2020: 91%
Scope: employees working at Group companies in Japan and overseas except employees working at the companies without unions and employees who don't have rights to join.
Locally Hired non-Japanese Nationals Managers at Overseas Business Corporations in Fiscal 2020: 68%
|Ratio of female permanent employees||33%|
|Ratio of female managers||13%|
|Ratio of female executive assistants||14%|
|Ratio of female management||9%|
|Ratio of female managers in departments generating sales (sales departments, marketing departments, etc.)||14%|
Ratio of Permanent Employee Salary by Gender
(Average Salary of Female Employees Against Average Salary of Male Employees)*
|Group companies in Japan||Overseas Group companies||Group companies in Japan and overseas|
|Management executives (basic salary only)||58%||65%||60%|
|Managers (basic salary only)||105%||120%||90%|
|Managers (basic salary + cash incentives such as other bonuses)||99%||113%||89%|
- *While wages are applied using a uniform standard regardless of gender, there are differences between male and female employees due to factors such as number of employees, grade, and years of employment.
Results of employee attitude surveys
- Scope: Employees of consolidated subsidiaries in Japan
FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 Feel job satisfaction 77% 77% 76% 71% Satisfied with workplace environment 69% 69% 68% 65% Satisfied with employee-friendly systems 48% 51% 56% 55%
- Scope: Employees of consolidated subsidiaries in Japan and overseas
FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 FY2020 I want to achieve the company’s vision and strategies together 78% - 86% 82%
Training Time and Expenses for Fiscal 2020
|Employees of NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS*||Employees of Group companies in Japan and overseas|
|Total training time||32,410 hours||79,598 hours|
|Training time per person||19 hours||8 hours|
|Training expenses per person||JPY 40,489||JPY 13,053|
- *Including employees on temporary assignment to NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, NISSIN FROZEN FOODS, etc.
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate and Occupational Illness Frequency Rate
|Lost time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) *1||Employees of Group companies in Japan||3.0 *2||1.3|
|Contractors of NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS, NISSIN FOOD PRODUCTS, NISSIN CHILLED FOODS, and NISSIN FROZEN FOODS||7.6 *2||6.1|
|Occupational illness frequency rate (OIFR) *3||Employees of Group companies in Japan||0.0 *2||0.0|
- *1 (Number of lost time injuries in the reporting period/total working hours) ×1,000,000
- *2 Received third-party verification.
- *3 (Number of work-related ill health cases /total working hours) ×1,000,000
|Employees with BMI within acceptable range||-||67.5%||66.8%||70%|
|Employees with blood pressure within acceptable range||-||76.2%||76.1%||80%|
|Health guidance cases||68||345||591||-|
Compliance Violations in Fiscal 2019 (Target: Group companies in Japan)
- ・Number of violations: 3 (including violations of the Road Traffic Act)
- ・Employees dismissed due to the above: 0
Scope of Compliance Training：All NISSIN FOODS Group Company Employees in Japan
Number of Reports and Cosultations made to the Whistleblowing System
- ・Fiscal 2019: 50 cases
- ・Fiscal 2020: 47 cases
Political Donations by NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS
- ・Fiscal 2017–2019: 5 million yen each fiscal year
- ・Fiscal 2020: 6 million yen
Number of Cases of Customer Information Leaks in Fiscal 2020: 0
Target: Group companies in Japan