The Vision Targeted in 2030

Key Issues Selected by the Nissui Group and the Vision Targeted in 2030

Each subcommittee that promotes the key issues has pronounced the visions of what they are aiming to be in 2030 and has been promoting their respective activities.
In fiscal 2021, Nissui formulated its long-term vision (i.e., Good Foods 2030) and mid-term business plan (i.e., Good Foods Recipe1).

Long-term vision Mid-term business plan


Fiscal 2022 is the first fiscal year for Good Foods 2030 and Good Foods Recipe1. As results relating to the new targets will be disclosed in fiscal 2023, the results relating to previously-announced targets are shown for now. 

 

Key issues Vision targeted in 2030 and KPIs Details of activities in fiscal 2021 Details of activities in fiscal 2020 Working group
Preserve the bountiful sea and promote the sustainable utilization of marine resources and their procurement
SDGs14
SDGs13
SDGs6
SDGs11
SDGs15
SDGs12
SDGs08
SDGs17
 
[Marine Resources]
●2030: The sustainability of the marine products procured by the Nissui Group will have been confirmed
Announcing the results of the 2nd Nissui Group Handled Marine Products Resource Survey (Target: marine products procured in 2019) ●Conducted the second survey on the sustainability of marine resources procured by the Nissui Group (scope: marine products procured in 2019) Marine Resource Sustainability 
Subcommittee
[Sustainable Procurement]
[Human Rights]
●2030: Group companies including overseas companies will be engaged in procurement based on the Sustainable Basic Procurement Policy
●Promote sustainable procurement to suppliers
・Distributed and implemented the "Self Check Sheet for Procurement Initiatives" to 34 domestic and overseas suppliers. Analyze results and provide feedback to each company.
・Confirmation of the status of respect for human rights at suppliers
●Obtained RSPO supply chain certification (certification model: MB) at two companies in Japan
●Advancement of Sustainable procurement for suppliers
・Distributed the Self-Check Sheet for Nissui Purchasing Initiatives to 36 companies in and outside of  Japan, conducted a survey, analyzed the results and provided feedback to each company
・Respect Human Rights in our supply chain
●Joined the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
Sustainable Procurement Subcommittee, Human Rights Subcommittee
[Marine Plastics]
●Promotion of zero plastic emissions into the marine environment
Initiatives to prevent fishing gear from flowing out into the ocean
・Switching floats in marine aquaculture
●Initiatives to prevent fishing gear from flowing out into the ocean
・Reestablishment of fishing gear management rules
・Set the goal switching over to floats that have a low risk of becoming plastics that outflow into the ocean by end of FY2024
Marine Environment  Subcommittee
[Plastic containers and packaging]
●Limiting the amount of plastic waste and, with recycling, the environmental impact, including with the oceans, caused by plastic is being reduced
Reduced weight of plastic containers and packaging FY2021 33,814kg Nissui's original eco mark "Mirai-no Umie"
Establishment of Nissui's Container/Packaging Selection Guidelines
●Reduced weight of plastic containers and packaging FY2020 33,465kg
Plastic Subcommittee
[Reducing Environmental Impact]
●Medium- to long-term environmental impact reduction targets

・Reduction of CO2 emission
15% reduction in fiscal 2030 compared to fiscal 2015 (per unit)
・Reduction of water usage 
10% reduction in fiscal 2023 compared to fiscal 2015 (per unit)
・Reduction of waste 
5% reduction in fiscal 2023 compared to fiscal 2015 (per unit)
・Promotion of zero emission 
100% of business locations have recycling rates of 99% or higher in fiscal 2030
・Reduction of food loss and waste: 10% reduction in fiscal 2030 compared to fiscal 2017 (per unit)
・Reduction of HCFC (HFC) leakage level: Less than 1,000 tons - CO2 per year in fiscal 2023

Medium- to long-term environmental impact reduction targets compared to fiscal 2015
・CO2 emission: 15.8% reduction (per unit)
・Water usage: 15.5% reduction (per unit)
・waste: 12.7%  reduction (per unit)
・Promotion of zero emission 
100% of business locations have recycling rates of 99%:  79.4%、Number of sites achieved: Nissui 8/8, the Nissui Group companies 19/26
・Food loss and waste: 24.5% reduction (per unit) *Compared to FY2017
・HCFC (HFC) leakage level: 1,808t-CO2
●Medium- to long-term environmental impact reduction targets compared to fiscal 2015
・CO2 emission: 13.4% reduction (per unit)
・Water usage: 14.3% reduction (per unit)
・waste: 9.3%  reduction (per unit)
・Promotion of zero emission 
100% of business locations have recycling rates of 99%:  76.5%、Number of sites achieved: Nissui 8/8, the Nissui Group companies 18/26
・Food loss and waste: 21.0% reduction (per unit) *Compared to FY2017
・HCFC (HFC) leakage level: 2,981t-CO2
Environment Subcommittee
Contribute to a healthy lifestyle with food safety and security
SDGs12
SDGs03
SDGs02
SDGs17
[Food Loss and Waste]
●2020: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste across the entire supply chain have commenced
●2030: Initiatives to reduce food loss and waste across the entire supply chain are being carried out
●Medium- to long-term food loss and waste reduction targets
・Reduction of food loss and waste: 6% reduction in fiscal 2023 compared to fiscal 2017 (per unit)
・Reduction of food loss and waste: 10% reduction in fiscal 2030 compared to fiscal 2017 (per unit)
Medium- to long-term food loss and waste reduction targets compared to fiscal 2017
・24.5% reduction (per unit)
●Prevented product damage in the logistics process and reduced the amount of waste
Food donations
Set target in Japan project of WRI's "10x20x30" food loss and waste initiative
●Medium- to long-term food loss and waste reduction targets compared to fiscal 2017
・21.0% reduction (per unit)
●Prevented product damage in the logistics process and reduced the amount of waste
●Food donations
●Prepared for target in Japan project of WRI's "10x20x30" food loss and waste initiative
Food Loss and Waste Subcommittee
Aim to be a company where diverse human resources play an important role to address the social agenda
SDGs05
SDGs08
 
 
[Employee Health]
●Realize the Employee Health Declaration as such; aiming for all employees to become able to fully demonstrate their abilities with their mental and physical health condition, and supporting employees and their families to improve their quality of life
●2020: Achievement of the targets for each point
・Decline in smoking rate: 29.3% (fiscal 2017) → 24.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of obesity rate (male): 33.6% (fiscal 2017) → 32.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of obesity rate (female): 20.9% (fiscal 2017) → 20.0% (fiscal 2020)
・Improvement of the EPA/AA ratio: 0.35(fiscal 2017) → 0.40(fiscal 2020)
●Measures based on results of regular physical examinations
●External Recognition
Chosen for the “Health & Productivity Stock Selection 2022”
Fiscal 2021 results by item
・Smoking rate: 22.7%
・Obesity rate: (male) 34.2%, (female) 20.3%
・EPA/AA ratio: 0.31
●Initiatives
Measurement of the EPA/AA ratio and Health Ranking
Health Plus (+) Storage Campaign
・Health improvement contest
Health improvement seminar
Towards the prohibition of smoking during working hours “No-Smoking DAYS”
●External Recognition
・Chosen for the “Health & Productivity Stock Selection 2021”
●Fiscal 2020 results by item
・Smoking rate: 25.3%
・Obesity rate: (male) 36.3%, (female) 22.7%
・EPA/AA ratio: 0.33
●Initiatives
・Measurement of the EPA/AA ratio and Health Ranking
・Health Plus (+) Storage Campaign
(Elimination of under-exercising, Dietary improvement, Improvement of daily habits, More comfortable lifestyle)
・Health improvement seminar
・Towards the prohibition of smoking during working hours “No-Wheeze Wednesdays”
・Healthy boxed lunches on a basis (Nissui head office)
Sustainability Committee
[Human Rights]
Training and Education for Employees ●Established the Human Rights Subcommittee
Formulation of Human Rights Policy
Initiatives for Human Rights due diligence
Human Rights Subcommittee
[Diversity]
●2030: Nissui will be generating innovation that will lead to value creation by utilizing diverse human capital and providing opportunities for such human capital to demonstrate the fullest potential
●2020: Achievement of the targets for each item
・Ratio of female managers: 6.7%
・Ratio of female regular employees hired by new graduates (graduates/postgraduates): over 30%
Initiatives to 30%Club Japan
Raised awareness through workshops, training
・Conducted an e-learning course and held a workshop to eliminate unconscious bias
・Information exchange meeting to strike a balance between work and child-raising
●Discussed and determined measures to identify issues such as training and promotion and achieve the targets on a division-by-division basis
Fiscal 2021 results by item
・Ratio of female managers: 6.1%
・Ratio of female regular  employees hired by new graduates (graduates/postgraduates): 33%
●Joined the 30%Club Japan
●Raised awareness through workshops, training
・Diversity management lecture
・Diversity training
・Held workshop for persons in charge of production division
・Information exchange meeting to strike a balance between work and child-raising
●Survey on employees'  awareness
・Conducted an unconscious bias diagnosis and e-learning course
●Fiscal 2020 results by item
・Ratio of female managers: 6.0%
・Ratio of female regular  employees hired by new graduates (graduates/postgraduates): 38%
Diversity Subcommittee
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