Stakeholder & Materiality Analysis

The materiality analysis presented within this report is assessed through collaboration with internal and external stakeholders by considering related issues under economic, social, and environmental dimensions. We abide by the principles of GRI Standards including Sustainability Context, Materiality, Completeness and Stakeholder Inclusiveness, as well as prioritization of sustainability risks and proper preparation of response plan. The Company’s process for assessing the material sustainability aspects is as follows:

Sustainability Issues Stakeholders and boundary
Internal External
1. Climate change and plague Farmers
Government Agencies / Social Enterprises
2. Farmer development Farmers
Government Agencies / Social Enterprises
3. Sustainability supply chain development and efficient supply procurement Farmers
Partners
4. Good corporate governance Employees Farmers
Partners
Shareholders and Investors
Sustainability Issues Stakeholders and boundary
Internal External
5. Social and community development Employees Communities and Societies
6. Water management Farmers
Communities and Societies
7. Waste management Communities and Societies
8. Safety and occupational health Employees Communities and Societies
9. Performance of machine and production process Employees Partners
Sustainability Issues Stakeholders and boundary
Internal External
10. Human resource development Employees  
11. Anti-corruption and anti-bribery Employees Shareholders and Investors
12. Human rights and labor laws Employees

Government Agencies / Social Enterprises

Sustainability Issues Stakeholders and boundary
Internal External
13. Innovation Partners
Customers and consumers
Shareholders and Investors
14. Quality and food safety Partners
Customers and consumers
Shareholders and Investors
15. Brand trust Partners
Customers and consumers
Shareholders and Investors