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The Andersen Group is a corporation in which the employees attach great importance to our

corporate philosophy.We do not simply engage in the mere recitation of "cherished ideas." We always consider how to bring the corporate philosophy to fruition.
  • The improvement of the dietary lives of our customers.
  • The promotion of a creative approach to work that adheres more to progress than to a reliance upon expertise.
  • The establishment of, and expansion into, new markets.
  • The education and development of our employees in terms of both their professionalism and their personal wellbeing.

Our goal is to become the world's number one quality bakery. The aim is not an expansion in quantity, but the improvement of the quality of our company, our personnel and our products. Thus it is our aspiration to continue making steady progress towards this end.

There are two distinctive corporate activities: "things that must not be changed," and "things that must be changed."
The Andersen Group emphasizes its "corporate philosophy" and "corporate action guidelines" for "things that must not be changed."The Andersen Group will continue to endeavor to be "The Quality Bakery," in accordance with thespirit of our company's founding, while making constant efforts to devote ourselves to being a corporation which holds unique values that promote our desire to continue our ongoing contributions to the development of food culture.
On the other hand, society has undergone dramatic changes. Japan is experiencing a rapid decrease in
population, an aging population with a low birthrate, an increase in double-income households, IT advancements and adaptations, among other things that greatly affect the needs and demands of our
customers within this shifting milieu of societal change. With regard to "things that must be changed," the Andersen Group is more than ever committed to responding to social trends and changes and furthering ideas and suggestions that promote healthy and convenient foods that our customers can trust.


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