Beijing People's Social Business Forum 2018 was held in Beijing on 23 November. The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences released the Blue Book of Corporate Social Responsibility (2018) for the tenth consecutive year and Yili Group was awarded for its practice and effectiveness in the area of social responsibility. First in China's Social Responsibility Index for Dairy Products.
Xu Ke, Vice President of Yili Group, spoke at China's 2018 Social Responsibility Forum
Xu Ke, vice president of Yili Group, told the forum that corporate social responsibility and business success complement each other. By the third quarter of 2018, Yili achieved a total operating income of 61.327 billion yuan, an increase of 16.88% compared to the same period of the previous year and a net profit of 5.056 billion yuan, ranked first in the industry. According to Nielsen, in the first three quarters of 2018, Yili's overall market share continues to grow, reaching 22.3%, ranking first in the industry. At the same time, in the area of corporate social responsibility, Yili has created several more: the first Chinese food company to join the UN Global Compact, the first to share a healthy sustainable development system, the first sustainable development of the United Nations Target SDG) landing companies.
Yili Group is at the forefront of China Dairy Index Index for dairy products
Of course, the "Blue Book of Corporate Social Responsibility" is made up of the CSA's Social Responsibility Research Center and is the most influential scientific achievement in China's corporate social responsibility. The "first" index for the development of social responsibility in the dairy industry is a strong recognition of the comparability of the Chinese dairy industry with Yili.
On 18 November 2018 the Yili Group's Annual Report on the Conservation of Biological Diversity was presented worldwide.
Currently, Either continues to promote the four areas of a "shared health sustainability system" (hereinafter referred to as the "WISH system"), "industrial chain winning", "quality and innovation", "social welfare" and "nutrition and health "In the just-concluded United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity at the Fourteenth Meeting of Yili, Yili was the only Chinese company to sign the United Nations commitment to enterprise and biodiversity and was invited to attend and launch the world premiere The Yili Group's Biodiversity Conservation The annual report, which was also included in the UNESCO Sustainable Development Case, was globally popularized as a "model".
The Yili Nutrition 2020 project continues to contribute to the realization of UN sustainable development goals such as "zero hunger" and "no poverty".
"Industry-based, Three-Dimensional Poverty Relief and Accountability" – this poverty alleviation model is also a unique model that Yili has explored in promoting the Yili Nutrition 2020 project. In 2018, the project will cover 25 provinces and regions throughout the country. 130 Each city, county and 12,000 schools have "precision" in the key areas of precarious poverty alleviation, such as three districts and three states, and "pay attention" to special groups such as babies, orphans and the elderly, and fully promote "zero hunger" and "no poverty". Implementation of the UN sustainable development goals.
In addition, Yili has taken the lead in developing national standards for implementing CSR in the Chinese food and dairy industry. "As a leading dairy company in China, Yili has extensive and comprehensive experience in managing corporate social responsibility and is involved in formulating national standards that better enrich and enhance the social responsibility of dairy products."
As a leading enterprise in the Chinese dairy industry, in the future, Yili will continue to stick to the principle of balancing responsibility first, deepen the sustainable development strategy, improve accountability, and actively promote the formulation of national social responsibility standards milk producers for the world The dream of sharing health continues to move forward.
(Editor: Lynn Chen)