Halal, Global, Fujicco partners with Indonesia-Japan trader

Fujicco formed a joint venture with the founder of the Masaya Group, a Japanese food trading company in Indonesia, and two others. The joint venture aims to develop Fujicco products internationally by revamping its Halal-certified factory.

Established in 1987, Masaya Group is a pioneering Japanese food trading company in Indonesia. It built up a solid reputation and trust in the local market by operating wholesale business and supermarkets with a logistics network of room temperature and low-temperature zones.

It is Fujicco’s first overseas business development through a joint venture. The joint venture company formation already completed. Renovations to its current Halal-certified food factory is in progress, aiming to achieve early production and sales of Fujicco products such as kelp and beans.

Fujicco will advance its business in line with the growth of the Japanese food market in Indonesia and the growing health consciousness of the local community in the pandemic.

While initially focusing on sales in Indonesia, it plans to expand its business to include manufacturing and sales of Fujicco products to Asian countries and the Islamic world in the future.

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