Oisix ra daichi will work to establish resource circularity across its entire value chain, including the production, distribution, and consumption stages, in order to make effective use of limited resources. We will also work with customers, business partners, and local communities to effectively utilize resources and reduce waste in order to contribute to a sustainable, recycling-based society.
The Group has built a growth model based on subscription food services and developed multiple businesses centered on the domestic home delivery business. Thanks to this business model, food loss levels are low across their respective supply chains from production (farms), distribution, to consumption (tables).
We have built a proprietary model that involves upstream producers, a midstream distribution platform, and downstream consumers—in other words, every stage of the supply chain—and are using our accumulated know-how to realize “sustainable retail,” thus reducing food loss while contributing to a wide range of social solutions.
||Help reduce food loss in production areas by connecting and coordinating directly with relevant areas.
||Reduce food loss in our own distribution process through a subscription model that facilitates demand forecasting and allows demand to be managed.
||Help to reduce food loss at people’s homes by providing services such as Kit Oisix and Chanto Oisix, which prevent food from being wasted.
The Group promotes the reduction of food waste through operational improvements in the supply chain and recycling by methods such as the composting of food scraps generated at production sites.
Environmental Considerations in Packaging
For Kit Oisix and other products we handle, including produce and processed foods, we are transitioning to more environmentally conscious packaging at a rate of 50% or more within four years.
We have begun using plant-based plastics for the inner produce wrappings used in our Kit Oisix meal kit, which alone will reduce CO2 emissions by 10 tons. Including both inner and outer packaging, CO2 emissions will be reduced by 23 tons.
Changing the outer packaging of all items included in the Kit Oisix meal kit to plant-based plastics
The Group was in compliance with all environmental regulations and requirements in fiscal 2020.