Nippon Flour Mills

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Nippon Flour Mills
Industry Food
Founded Tokyo, Japan (September 26, 1896)
Headquarters Japan
Key people
Chairman Hiroshi Sawada
Products Snacks and other foods

Nippon Flour Mills Co., Ltd. (日本製粉株式会社, Nippon Seifun Kabushiki-gaisha, NIPPN) (TYO: 2001) is a Japanese company which derives most of its revenue from milling flour and produces flour related products such as noodles. It was established in 1896. Nippon Flour Mills (NFM) and its group companies engage in a wide range of food businesses that include i) flour milling, the core business of NFM, ii) food business consisting of manufacture and sale of food ingredients, processed foods, Nakashoku (meal solutions), frozen foods, etc. iii) manufacture and sale of health foods, cosmetics and pet foods and iv) other businesses including management of sports facilities and bioscience business. Nippon Flour Mills is listed on the Nikkei 225 stock market index. It is part of the Mitsui Group.