KAMEDA Farmers’ Association consignment processing plant established on the site of the current Motomachi Plant. Production of mizuame malt syrup begins.
Corporate structure reorganized into the KAMEDA Agricultural Products Cooperative Association.
The main business was the manufacture of baked rice crackers, with Kaki-no-Tane and rice cakes also being produced.
KAMEDA SEIKA CO., LTD. established under the umbrella of the KAMEDA Agricultural Products Cooperative Association.
“Salad Hope” released.
Sales exceeded 1 billion yen.
Establishment of KAMEDA SEIKA’s logo.
“Kaki-no-Tane with Peanuts” released.
Advertising campaign launched with a popular jingle “KAMEDA no Arare Osenbei♪”
Suibara Plant started operations.
Former headquarters building completed.
Sales exceeded 10 billion yen.
Completion of computerized online information system.
Reached No.1 in sales in the Japanese domestic rice cracker market.
Shirone Plant started operations.
“Happy Turn” released.
20th anniversary of the company’s establishment.
“Ume-no-Ka-Maki” and “Fresh Pack Kaki-no-Tane” released.
Eiji Koizumi assumed the office as the CEO, and Hajime Koizumi as the COO.
Listed on the Niigata Stock Exchange.
“Magari Senbei” and “Potapota Yaki” released.
The current KAMEDA Plant (at Kogyodanchi) started operations.
“Nori Pea pack” released.
Business alliance with SESMARK FOODS, INC. (now TH FOODS, INC.) of the USA.
Headquarters building completed.
Niigata Yusou Co., Ltd. and Ajicul Foods Co., Ltd. (currently Ajicul Co., Ltd.) became wholly owned subsidiaries.
“Tsumami Dane” released.
Entered into the healthcare business.
“Yume Gohan” low-protein rice released.
“Ebippuri” series released.
Sale of regular rice for meals started.
Spun off the information systems business as a wholly owned subsidiary called K System Co., Ltd.
Spun off the engineering business as a wholly owned subsidiary called Ademak Co., Ltd.
“Ebi Nori Arare” released.
Acquired International Quality Management Control Certification ISO 9002.
Listed on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in conjunction with the merging of the Niigata and Tokyo Stock Exchanges.
“Fukkura Okayu” rice porridge released.
Hajime Koizumi assumed office as the CEO, and Takeshi Kanadu as the COO.
Acquired International Quality Management Control Certification ISO 9001.
Acquired International Environmental Management Certification ISO 14001.
Established Qingdao Kameda Foods Co., Ltd. in China.
Consolidated Toyosu Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Consolidated Nisshin Seika Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary.
Established Tianjin Kameda Food Co., Ltd. in China.
R&D Center completed.
Established KAMEDA USA, INC.
“Waza-no-KodaWari” and “Katabutsu” released.
Consolidated SMTC Co., Ltd. of Thailand (now THAI KAMEDA CO., LTD.) as a subsidiary.
Announced new Group vision to become a “Global Food Company”.
Integrated K System Co., Ltd. and Ademak Co., Ltd. by merger.
Changed listing to the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Acquired Mary’s Gone Crackers, Inc. of the USA.
Transferred entire ownership of affiliate Tianjin Kameda Food Co., Ltd.
Onisi Foods Co., Ltd. became a Group company.
Established THIEN HA KAMEDA, JSC.
Acquired Food Safety System Certification FSSC 22000.
Michiyasu Tanaka assumed office Chairman of the Board & CEO, and Isamu Sato took up the position of President & COO.
60th anniversary of the company.
Established Daawat KAMEDA (India) Private Limited.
Established LYLY KAMEDA CO., LTD.
Maisen Co., Ltd. and Maisen Fine Foods Co., Ltd. became Group companies.
Established Singha Kameda (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
TAINAI Co., Ltd. became a Group company.
THIEN HA KAMEDA, JSC. became a consolidated subsidiary.
Lekh Raj Juneja assumed office Chairman of the Board & CEO, and Masanori Takagi took up the position of President & COO.