Over a number of decades PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk (“Indofood”) has been progressively transformed to become a Total Food Solutions company with operations in all stages of food manufacturing from the production of raw materials and their processing through to consumer products in the market. Today, it is renowned as a well–established company and a leading player in each category of business in which it operates.
Statement of Commitments
1. Indofood Director, Axton Salim, is a member of the SUN Business Network (SBN) Advisory Group, providing strategic advice to the SBN and championing the role of the private sector in scaling up nutrition amongst the business community and other SUN stakeholders.
2. Indofood have committed to putting good nutrition at the core of business practice. Specifically, by June 2016, they aim to:
- Introduce a nutrition policy for a productive and healthy workforce.
- Improve policies for maternal health including support for breastfeeding mothers.
3. Indofood have signed up to the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) commitment to reduce stunting and micronutrient deficiencies by 5% by improving nutritional status of poor pregnant and lactating women and children 6 to 24 months old in Indonesia, between 2012 and 2015. Specifically, Indofood will:
- Improve availability and accessibility of high quality products distributed by Indofood, namely, SUN Ibu, SUN and SUN MPasi, for 1.2M children and 370,000 mothers
- Improve infant feeding practices and create demand for fortified MIYCN products.
4. In partnership with WFP, Indofood aim to improve nutrition status at provincial and district levels in Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT), focusing on infants between the age of one and two years. Specifically Indofood will:
- Support SUN MP-ASI to improve nutritional recovery for 10,000 infants between the age of one and two years in 32 maternal and child centres (posyandus) in NTT.
Indofood and its partners will provide annual updates in relation to these targets.