Quality with universal appeal: Meiji Quality Comm
Striving to further improve our operations.
- Product development is driven by customer feedback obtained
from market surveys and interviews as well as by our own R&D.
- Packaging is designed to take into account each stage of the product life cycle,
from distribution to disposal.
- Tests relating to preserving quality ensure that product flavor
and appearance do not change prior to expiration dates.
Committed to strictly managing nutritional ingredients, ensuring flavor and optimizing ease of consumption
Enteral formulas are designed to meet specific nutritional needs.
- Specifications of raw materials provided by suppliers are checked to ensure
they meet Meiji’s high standards.
- Our selection and evaluation system ensures that as we grow,
so do our suppliers.
- Optimal quality is maintained during transport and storage of raw materials.
Communicating with cocoa farmers — The first step in procuring quality cocoa
The secret of our tasty chocolate is found in the cocoa beans,
which poses the obvious question: How do we obtain the highest-quality cocoa beans
from producer nations?
- Processes are monitored and records are maintained in accordance with HACCP
(Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) standards to ensure quality.
- Only products that pass all tests are shipped.
- Meiji’s main office conducts stringent quality monitoring to maintain
and improve our quality assurance system.
Strictly managing live lactobacilli
Yogurt is made by harnessing the power of lactobacillus fermentation,
with strict management of each step in the fermentation process vital to the quality
of Meiji Bulgaria Yogurt.
- Controlled transport temperatures and other measures ensure that freshness is maintained
and that products are delivered undamaged and according to specifications.
- A real-time response system has been established in order to stop shipments in the event of an emergency.
- Other systems control visitor access to plants and warehouses.
Ensuring speed and accuracy through cooperation of drivers and warehouse managers
There are five keys to quality: product, quantity, freshness, time, and behavior.
Keeping these points in mind is a continuous challenge, and goes along with hard work and ingenuity.
- Meiji nutritionists hold workshops with customers to provide accurate,
timely product information and help customers improve their standard of living.
- Immediate response to feedback obtained by our Customer Service Center ensures
that information is properly disseminated.
- Customer feedback is stored in a database and shared internally with the aim of improving products
and guiding future product development.
Conveying the added-value of sports nutrition
Recent years have seen the sports world rethinking nutrition,
with nutritional supplements growing in popularity.