Ting Hsin International Group

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Ting Hsin International Group
Simplified Chinese 顶新国际集团
Traditional Chinese 頂新國際集團
Ting Hsin International Group
Native name 頂新國際集團
Industry Food
Founded Yongjing, Changhua, Taiwan (1958 (1958))
Founder(s) Wei Hede
Headquarters Taipei, Taiwan
Area served Mainland China, Taiwan
Key people Wei Yingzhou, Wei Yingjiao, Wei Yingchong, Wei Yingxing
Website www.tinghsin.com/tw/default.aspx

Ting Hsin International Group is a Taiwanese-owned company based in Tianjin, China. It was founded in 1996.[1] It is China's biggest instant noodle maker. It owns the Kang Shi Fu brand also known as Master Kong[2] or Ting Yi through its partly owned associate Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corporation for 33.20%(Information as of 2010).[3][4]

In July 2009, it became the largest private shareholder in Taipei Financial Center Corporation, which owns Taipei 101.[5][6]

In November 2013, the chairman of the company was indicted on charges of fraud as part of an investigation into the 2013 Taiwan food scandal. [7]


External Links[edit]

Ting Hsin official website in English