CJ CheilJedang carries out social contribution activities in the areas in which the company
excels and is needed to improve the health and dietary life of the people, conserve
the ecosystems of local communities, and to help teenagers achieve their dreams.
These areas are where public attention is needed to create a harmonious society.
CJ CheilJedang carries out a wide range of strategic social contribution activities to share what it has with local communities based on its core shared values. In 1999, the company organized the social contribution department for the first time in the industry, and conducted relevant activities in the fields where CJ CheilJedang excels and where public attention is needed. In 1998, the company first participated in the Food Bank project, and it has been engaged in various activities ranging from those using the characteristics of the company’s business to those in which its stakeholders can participate together. The CJ Welfare Foundation was established in 2005 to support the dreams of children and teenagers from unprivileged households. In 2006, the CJ Cultural Foundation was organized to support the development of cultural human resources, and the foundation has initiated various sharing activities.
CJ CheilJedang carries out social contribution activities in the areas where the company excels and where public attention is needed, to enhance people’s health and dietary life, conserve the ecosystem of local communities, and help teenagers to achieve their dreams, thereby creating a harmonious society.
CJ CheilJedang utilizes its core capacity in food safety and nutrition, providing meals to the vulnerable population and contributing to a healthy dietary life in order to improve the health of the people in Korea.
CJ CheilJedang develops and launches products for people’s health and for rare-disease patients, fulfilling its social responsibility by utilizing the characteristics of its business.
Food sharing with Food Bank
The Food Bank project is a major social contribution program that CJ CheilJedang has participated in for the past two decades. In 2017, the company donated 20,500 gift packages, each of which can be used by a family of four for three months.
Food Safety Education by the Mutual Cooperation Center for Food Safety for Human Resource Development
CJ CheilJedang carried out a new form of win-win activities with the Mutual Cooperation Center for Food Safety, the first food-safety-related non-profit corporation in the country. We provide customized consulting services and education programs about food safety regulations for suppliers as well as ordinary SMEs in the food industry.
CJ CheilJedang conserves the environmental ecosystem of local communities through activities to protect resources and prevent environmental diseases.
Cleanup Activities around Business Sites
CJ CheilJedang carry out cleaning activities near our business sites, including Gyeryong Mt. in Daejeon, Banya Mt. in Nonsan, Dadaepo Beach, and Anyang Stream, in the system where one company or plant takes charge of one stream, mountain or beach. A total of 533 employees participated in cleaning activities in 2017, reaching 1,343 accumulated hours of participation.
Good-bye Atopy Camp
Since 2016, CJ CheilJedang has sponsored the Good-bye Atopy Camp, where preschool children who suffer from atopic dermatitis, a type of environmental disease, can participate with their family. The company also provides BYO skin lactobacillus products and recipes with which customers can enjoy the products better. In addition, the experts who developed such products deliver lectures on atopy to provide accurate information and therapy tips, thereby helping atopic dermatitis patients to recover their health.
CJ CheilJedang supports teenagers in achieving their dreams, based on its philosophy that the company must serve as a guide for youth to achieve their dreams.
Under the slogan of ‘Equal opportunity & Healthy growth’, we run the CJ Donors Camp to support community children welfare centers. In 2017, we visited a community children’s center in Gangseo-gu to celebrate Korean Thanksgiving Day, and made traditional food with children. A total of 801 employees participated in this regular voluntary program, promoting the value of sharing.
The flavoring ingredient specialty brand Metier supports the unprivileged to achieve their common dream of becoming a barista. New menu development consulting and special barista-training programs are conducted with talent donations by baristas of the company, targeting adolescents who dropped out of school.