NH Foods Ltd

NH Foods Ltd

  • Price (EUR)35.00
  • Today's Change-0.20 / -0.57%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-8.85%
  • Beta0.6462
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About the company

NH Foods Ltd. is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the meat processing business. The Company operates in four business segments. The Processing segment produces and sells hams, sausages and other processed food. The Meat segment is engaged in the breeding of pigs, cattle and broilers, as well as the processing and sale of meat products. The Associated Company segment is engaged in the production and sale of dairy products and aquatic products. The Overseas segment is mainly engaged in the management of overseas subsidiaries, as well as the manufacture and sale of processed food, meat and aquatic products.

  • Revenue in JPY (TTM)1.19tn
  • Net income in JPY28.36bn
  • Incorporated1949
  • Employees17.34k
  • Location
    NH Foods Ltd18F, BREEZE TOWER, 2-4-9, Umeda, Kita-kuOSAKA-SHI 530-0001JapanJPN
  • Phone+81 675253026
  • Fax+81 367488189
  • Websitehttps://www.nipponham.co.jp/
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