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This article showcases our top picks for the best Japan based Organic Food companies. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Organic Food industry, but are all exceptional startups and companies well worth a follow.
We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.
We selected these startups for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
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Top Japan Organic Food Companies
Green Earth Institute
Green Earth Institute Co., Ltd. is committed and focused on producing carbon neutral biofuels and green chemicals from non-food biomass, such as leaves and stems of plants, instead of using food and feed crops.Using technology originally invented by RITE (Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth) we developed a bioprocessing technology that enables more efficient production of low-cost green products from non-food biomass compared to conventional fermentation technologies.
We were established to commercialize this innovative bioprocessing technology enabling our dream to become a reality by addressing major challenges such as global warming by limiting greenhouse gas production from fossil fuels and minimizing diversion of food crops to fuels.. .
Since their founding, they have endeavored to offer ideas for a healthy and enjoyable diet based on nature’s bounty. This approach, as expressed in their “True to nature, the flavor of Kagome” brand statement, reinforces their commitment to customers.
Vital to fulfilling this commitment is the development of safe, reliable products. Thus, to ensure product safety they have adopted a quality management system (QMS) covering everything from raw ingredient procurement, R&D and production to distribution in accordance with their “Product Quality Policy,” which was established in 2003..
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