NISSIN FOODS Group Policy on Nutrition

  • 1.The NISSIN FOODS Group delivers great taste, the enjoyment of eating, and healthy lifestyles through the creation of new and innovative foods that fulfill the various nutritional needs for its consumers. We do this all while recognizing the differences in country, age, and food culture.
  • 2.By providing healthy and unique products at affordable prices, the NISSIN FOODS Group contributes to people’s happiness and well-being.
  • 3.The NISSIN FOODS Group concisely displays important nutritional information accurately on its packaging to aid consumers in choosing healthy products with confidence.
  • 4.Through collaboration with various stakeholders, the NISSIN FOODS Group takes on the challenge of addressing global nutrition issues and works to solve them quickly.

Based on these policies, the NISSIN FOODS Group will implement various measures related to health and nutrition.

Improving Product Nutrition
  • In addition to controlling salt, sugar, and fat, the NISSIN FOODS Group strives to improve the nutritional value of products by fortifying proteins, dietary fibers, vitamins, minerals, and other useful ingredients.
  • The NISSIN FOODS Group will develop a system to quantify/visualize the nutritional value of products and evaluate the progress of nutritional improvement.
Improving Accessibility to Products
  • The NISSIN FOODS Group strives to build a sustainable supply chain to provide products of high nutritional value to people around the world at affordable prices.
Providing Information to Consumers
  • Upon complying with the rules and regulations of each country, the NISSIN FOODS Group will employ labels that consider universal design and legible for consumers.
  • The NISSIN FOODS Group will label products with information based on scientific evidence and make use of labeling as a risk communication tool.
Reinforcing Cooperation with Stakeholders
  • The NISSIN FOODS Group will carry out efforts to improve nutrition by collaborating with external experts from governmental and municipal offices, public research institutes, the private sector and NGOs.