What are the SDGs?
SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) are international goals to achieve a sustainable and better world by 2030, which were stipulated in the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” that was unanimously adopted by the member countries at the United Nations Summit in September 2015 as the successors to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) formulated in 2001. They are composed of 17 goals and 169 targets, pledging to “leave no one behind” on the planet. The SDGs are universal for not only developing countries but also developed countries themselves to work on, and Japan is also actively working on them.
The Sumioka Foods Group supports the SDGs initiatives and would like to engage in corporate activities aiming at contributing to a sustainable world through noodle production and health food manufacturing.
Hoping that everyone in the world will be healthy and happy, we strive for safe, high-quality, socially considerate, and environmentally friendly production activities, and will contribute to the prosperous and healthy society that the SDGs aim for.
Comfortable working environment for employees
We have achieved the creation of an environment in which employees can work with aspirations.
Maintenance and improvement of employee health, zero occupational accidents
We have achieved the creation of a work environment in which employees can work with a sense of security.
Education and training for employees
We have set a goal to make better products and improve their quality.
We are contributing to the creation of an earth-friendly environment.
Contribution to local communities
We are contributing to local communities in Hamamatsu through community volunteer activities.