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  • In corporate business operations and activities, there are certain “things that must not be changed” and “things that must be changed.”

    Among the “things that must not be changed” in the Andersen Group is carrying out activities in line with our “corporate philosophy” that was conceived by our founder Shunsuke Takaki based upon his ideas, thoughts, and practices within his day-to-day business operations and activities.

    On the contrary, the “things that must be changed,” is the manner in which we carry out day-to-day operations. In order to continue taking on the challenges we face as a company, each and every employee must improve his or her character, integrity and capabilities.

    In addition to the problems of a declining birthrate and an aging society that afflict Japan, we are experiencing substantial social changes due to the spread of novel coronavirus infections, including changes to individual life styles, ways of working and world view perspectives. I, however, believe it is becoming more and more important to regard the more essential values of our lives, such as the importance of family, at-home dining and culinary culture, etc.

    In responding to the drastically changing societal milieu of the times, we will continue to embrace the challenges necessary to realize the founding spirit of our company by “bringing joy and happiness to the tables of our customers.” Moreover, we remain committed to being a trusted high quality bakery that offers safe and healthy food and culinary suggestions that fulfill and enrich the lives of our customers.

    Andersen Institute of Bread & Life Co., Ltd. President

    Jiro Numata

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