Sustainability Data

Various data on sustainability activities are available to the public.

Organizational Governance

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
External Directors 3 4 4 5
Ratio of
female Directors
and Auditors
Inside Directors 0% (0 out of 5) 0% (0 out of 5) 0% (0 out of 5) 0% (0 out of 5)
External Directors 33.3% (1 out of 3) 25% (1 out of 4) 25% (1 out of 4) 20% (1 out of 5)
Auditor 0% (0 out of 3) 0% (0 out of 3) 0% (0 out of 3) 0% (0 out of 3)

Human Rights

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Number of participants in training on Compliance and Human Rights issues
in the workplace*1
604 619 615 649
  • *1Total number of participants in trainings organized by our Human Resources Division

Safety and Health

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Number of people trained in Safety and Health*1 25 17 78 72
  • *1Held for factory workers in addition to new hires for the fiscal year ending March 2022

Labor Practice

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Number of employees*1 514 529 525 513
Number of temporary employees*2 57 54 55 53
Number of participants in training
for capacity building and skill
improvement programs*3
291 229 541 1001
Domestic employee retention rate 97.1% 97.9% 96.2% 95.9%
(Voluntary turnover of full-time employees) 2.9% 2.1% 3.8% 4.1%
Ratio of female employees*4 18.5% 18.7% 19.7% 20.0%
Ratio of female managers 1.6% 1.7% 1.1% 1.9%
Ratio of female employees to
new graduates hired
32.0% 17.6% 40.00% 28.6%
(8 out of 25) (3 out of 17) (8 out of 26) (4 out of 14)
Average number of leisure days 11.4days 11.2days 12.3days 14.0days
Number of employees taking
childcare leave
Female:8 Male:0 Female:9 Male:0 Female:5 Male:1 Female:3 Male:7
  • *1Number of employees (excluding employees on secondment from the Company to outside companies and including employees on secondment from outside companies to the Company)
  • *2Average annual number of employees
  • *3Total number of participants in trainings organized by our Human Resources Division
  • *4 FEED ONE full-time employee base

Environment

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
CO2 emissions*1
 Scope1
  +
 Scope2*2
- 40,774 t-CO2*3 40,664 t-CO2*3 43,914 t-CO2*3
Scope1 - 14,435 t-CO2 15,347 t-CO2 18,739 t-CO2
Scope2 - 26,339 t-CO2 25,317 t-CO2 25,175 t-CO2
 Scope3 - 1,420,061 t-CO2*3 1,784,969 t-CO2*3 1,860,584 t-CO2*3
Category 1
[Purchased goods
and services]
- 1,418,931 t-CO2 1,783,749 t-CO2 1,859,445 t-CO2
Category 5
[Waste generated
in operations]
- 724 t-CO2 782 t-CO2 688 t-CO2
Category 6
[Business travel]
- 71 t-CO2 78 t-CO2 104 t-CO2
Category 7
[Employee commuting]
- 336 t-CO2 359 t-CO2 346 t-CO2
Energy consumption*1
  Electricity consumption - 51,942,000kWh 50,505,000kWh 51,896,000kWh
  Heavy oil consumption - 1,252 kL 1,253 kL 1,329 kL
  City gas consumption - 4,430,000N㎥ 4,818,000N㎥ 6,224,000N㎥
  Steam consumption
  (other companiessupply)
- 76,005 GJ 71,061 GJ 13,663 GJ
Other environmental data*1
  Water consumption - 141,357 t 141,906 t 189,656 t
  Amount of waste - 2,426 t 2,439 t 2,039 t
  • *1FEED ONE and its major subsidiaries and associates (factories)
  • *2Due to the change in the calculation standard (target energy categories) from the
    "Energy Conservation Law" to the "GHG Protocol," the figures for FY2020 and FY2021 have been revised.
  • *3Totals may not add up due to decimal points

Promotion of Social Contribution Activities

Data Item FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022
Number of participants in food and nutrition seminars 135 0* 230 15
Number of schools where food and nutrition seminars were held 5 0* 2 1
Charity donations & food donations/number 1 2 4 4
Community contribution activity expenditure 1,529,660yen 11,121,845yen 696,714yen 2,139,244yen
Number of people participating in volunteer activities 28 0* 40 73
  • *Voluntary restraint of activities due to the new COVID-19 infection