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Food safety and security


The mission of food companies is to provide a stable supply of safe, secure, and high-quality products and services.
J-OIL MILLS has established a "Quality Policy" and promotes food safety and legal compliance. Each of our employees takes a customer's perspective and continually strengthens our quality assurance system by maintaining and improving operations, from careful selection of raw materials to manufacturing process management and inspection, and transportation and delivery management.


  • Strengthening quality management

    The mission of food companies is to provide a stable supply of safe, secure, and high-quality products and services. Our company has established a "Quality Policy" to comply with laws and regulations and promote food safety, and all production departments have obtained international standard ISO 9001 certification (quality management) and ISO 22000 certification (food safety management). Masu. In addition, we have expanded the scope of ISO9001 certification to include not only production departments but also business (marketing, etc.), R&D, and corporate departments, from product planning and design to manufacturing processes, quality inspections, inventory management, transportation, and support. All employees, down to the management department, are working together to improve and improve operations.
    In fiscal 2022, the number of nonconformities pointed out by external auditing bodies was 0 regarding quality management and 2 regarding food safety management.
    In addition, we are continuously working with partner companies (contract companies) to reduce quality risks.

    Plant name ISO9001 ISO22000
    (Certification date) (Certification date)
    Chiba factory March 2004 June 2010
    Yokohama factory March 2004 April 2010
    Shizuoka plant April 1999 May 2009
    Asaba factory April 1999 July 2018
    Kobe factory November 2000 February 2009
    Kurashiki factory February 2019 March 2019
    Wakamatsu factory July 2001 March 2012
  • Initiatives regarding product display

    We perform appropriate labeling in compliance with laws and regulations including food labeling standards. In addition to revising our labels from time to time based on the Food Labeling Standards of the Food Labeling Act, we strive to ensure appropriate and easy-to-understand labeling while complying with the law and collaborating with industry organizations and Group companies. In addition, our website also discloses information on Household use products, such as the origin of raw materials, product allergens, and manufacturing Plant.

  • Raw materials

    Many of the raw materials for our oils and fats products are sourced from overseas. The most common are soybean, rapeseed, and palm, with soybean imported mainly from the United States and Brazil, rapeseed from Canada and Australia, and palm oil from Malaysia and Indonesia. Olive oil, a popular Household use oils and fats, is imported from Spain, Italy, Australia, and other countries. corn, which is the raw material for starch, is also sourced mainly from the United States. We procure a variety of other raw materials and supplies, ensuring their safety.

    Genetically modified raw materials

    Genetically modified technology is currently used worldwide for soybean, rapeseed, corn, and cotton (cottonseed) as raw materials for vegetable oils. Genetically modified crops that have been scientifically confirmed safe by the government and approved for importation are imported as "genetically modified indifferent" (GMOs are treated without distinguishing between GMOs and conventional crops) and used as raw materials for vegetable oil.


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