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Uni-President is a diversified enterprise and one of the largest food companies operational in Taiwan. Uni-President's Food Manufacturing subsidiary has production and sales locations in Taiwan, China, Vietnam and Thailand among others across Asia, with a product portfolio that includes animal and aquatic feed, flour, beverages, instant and frozen foods, alongside dairy, meat and bakery products. The company is also a significant player in the region's food retail market, with subsidiary President Chain Store comprised of 40 vertically integrated businesses including 7-Eleven, as well as in alcohol trading through Nanlien International Corporation. Outside of food and agriculture, Uni-President has a diverse investment portfolio which also includes biopharmaceuticals, real estate and healthcare.

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Measurement area Score Rank (0-350)

Governance and strategy

#1 8.3 /10 #6


#1 4.8 /30 #199


#1 5.0 /30 #105

Social inclusion

#1 6.5 /30 #139
Indicates the score for the top performing company.
Segment Rank
Agricultural products and commodities #44
Animal proteins #18
Food and beverage manufacturers/processors #81
Food retailers #24

Segment ranking(s) summary

Uni-President is in multiple business segments. It performs the best overall compared to its peers in the animal protein segment, and in the top third of food retailers, food and beverage manufacturers and processors, and agricultural products and commodities. Across all segments, its best performance is in governance and strategy, leading the ranking among food retailers and second-best among animal protein companies for that measurement area. Its worse performance across the board is in social inclusion, due to limited disclosure on key topics such as child and forced labour. Uni-President lags behind its peers in all of its segments in the environment measurement area, sitting in the bottom half in all. This is because the company fails to disclose efforts related to animal welfare, protein diversification and  soil health and agrobiodiversity Uni-President could strengthen its position by creating targets related to environmental objectives, and by establishing social inclusion objectives.

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Core social indicators

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.

More about the company

Tainan, Taiwan
Food and agriculture revenue USD
Group revenue USD
Onwnership structure
Publicly listed
Number of employees
Not available

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