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Indofood is one of the world's largest instant noodle manufacturers through its brand Indomie. The company is also involved in the production of dairy, snack foods, seasonings, beverages and nutritional and special food products. Through its subsidiary Bogasari, Indofood produces wheat flour and pasta for both industrial customers and consumers. Indofood's agribusiness division owns plantations and operates processing facilities for palm oil, rubber, sugar, cocoa, tea and timber. With five refineries across Indonesia, the company also manufactures and markets cooking oils, margarine and related consumer products.

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Governance and strategy

#1 2.5 /10 #191


#1 1.4 /30 #271


#1 3.8 /30 #131

Social inclusion

#1 3.8 /30 #211
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Segment Rank
Agricultural products and commodities #92
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #153

Segment ranking(s) summary

Indofood ranks 92th in the agricultural products and commodities segment and 153th in the food and beverage manufacturers/processors segment. Although the company shows that it has taken steps to adopt sustainable agriculture practices and transition to sustainable forms of packaging, it lags behind its segment peers in the environment measurement area. Regarding nutrition, the company outperforms many of its peers on the implementation of workforce nutrition programmes. However, it has an opportunity to strengthen its commitments towards key topics such as the availability of healthy foods and clear and transparent labelling, thereby aligning with the leading practices among the food and beverage processors. In the social inclusion area, Indofood performs below average, demonstrating weaknesses in its commitments to protect human rights in its supply chain. Nevertheless, unlike many of its peers in the food and beverage processors segment, Indofood discloses information on multiple programmes to support farmers productivity.

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The core social indicators are part of the social inclusion measurement area. These indicators assess societal expectations of business conduct that companies should meet if they aspire to be part of a system transformation that leaves no one behind.

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Jakarta, Indonesia
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