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Our CSV Commitment

The Company’s CSV Commitment is its medium- to long-term action plan for each business unit, intended to realize its CSV Purpose, a set of long-term, non-financial goals included in its long-term management vision, Kirin Group Vision 2027. To that end, we are aimed at reaching the non-financial targets put forth in the Kirin Group 2019 Medium-Term Business Plan, spanning from 2019 to 2021. The Kirin Holdings Board of Directors monitors the implementation status of these targets. Furthermore, progress and achievements toward the CSV Commitment are treated as performance indicators for evaluating directors on the Kirin Holdings Board at the end of each fiscal year (with the exception of outside directors). The Nomination and Remuneration Advisory Committee, which primarily comprises outside directors, deliberates over these results and reports its decisions to the Board of Directors. Linking these targets to our business strategy will serve to generate social value as an entire Group while enhancing our level of CSV management, which in turn will lead to economic value in the form of greater competitive strength and business growth.

Commitments and Performance Indicators
Please refer to the information below for the most recent results.

CSV Key Issues SDGs
Target
Our Commitment Our Achievement Goals for 2021

A Responsible Alcohol Producer

3.5
3.6
17.16
17.17
0.1 Responsible drinking / passing a culture of enjoying alcoholic beverages to the next generation
1) Number of participants in appropriate drinking education programs / viewers of drinking manner advertisements
2) Expansion of sales of no- and lower-alcohol products
3) Percentage of products with alcohol content labels

KBMELNMBL

1) One million participants / viewers
2) KB: 115% (compared with 2018)
ME: 105% (compared with 2018)
LN: Maintaining the high proportion of the less than full strength category in Australia
3) KB: 100%*1 in 2027 (will begin by 2024)
MBL: 20%
LN: 100%

Health and Well-being

3.4
17.16
17.17
1.1 Supporting self-care for healthy people and people with pre-disease
1) Development and expansion of sales of no- and low-sugar, low-calorie products and products with positive health effects.
2) Development and expansion of sales of products containing ingredients proven to have health functions.

KBCKIW

KBC
1) 115% (compared with 2018)
2) 115% (compared with 2018)
KIW
1+2) Ratio of over 50%
9.5
17.16
17.17
1.2a Creating new value for healthy people and people with pre-disease
Number of countries capable of purchasing Kirin-made ingredients with positive health effects (and total population)

KH

5 countries (roughly 650 million people)
9.5
17.16
17.17
1.2b Supporting self-care for healthy people and people with pre-disease
1) Number of patients using products made with our raw materials
2) Number of consumers using products with our raw materials

KHB

1+2) 43 million (in 2027)
3.8
17.16
17.17
1.3 Evolution in medical treatment
1) Number of new drugs discovered in-house and launched in multiple regions
2) Number of countries with markets for these new drugs

KKC

1) Three or more products launched in multiple regions
2) Over 50 countries
3.8
3.b
17.16
17.17
1.4 Evolution in medical treatment
1) Acquire approval for biosimilars in accordance with the patent regulations in each country and region and begin sales.
2) Acquire approval for NESP®authorized generics

KKC

Targets 1 and 2 were achieved in 2018
3.4
17.16
17.17
1.5 Health and productivity management
1) Recognized under the certified Health and Productivity Management; “White 500”
2) Engagement surveys regarding work–life balance and workstyle reforms
3) Stress checks (“psychological lively”) score
4) Drinking habits screening tests (AUDIT) score

KHKBKBCMEKKC

1) Consecutive recognition under “White 500”
2) Improvement compared with 2018
3) Score of 115
4) Over 78% (less than 10 points scored)
2.4
17.16
17.17
1.6 Safety and security of our products
Certification rate for GFSI-recognized schemes

KG

100% (in 2024)

Community Engagement

11.a
17.16
17.17
2.1 Contributing to community vitalization
Group targets are under consideration

-
2.3
8.9
17.16
17.17
2.2a More sustainable production of raw materials
Japanese hops procurement

KB

100t (in 2027)
Note: If no measures are taken, volume is expected to decrease by half in 2027.
2.3
8.9
17.16
17.17
2.2b More sustainable production of raw materials
1) Number of visitors who purchased our products at our cellar doors and winery shops
2) Volume of grapes produced at our vineyards

ME

* Consider changing 1) of Achievement and Goal

1) -
2) 200t (in 2027)
1.2
2.3
4.b
4.c
8.9
17.16
17.17
2.2c More sustainable production of raw materials
1) Contracted firming ratio of procured rice for brewing
2) Temp staffing to meet the requirements of the JICAKIRIN fellowship program, and promotion of human resource development by supporting JICA-sponsored agricultural seminars.
3) Ratio of materials from Myanmar

MBL

1) 10%
2) Deployment of one worker or more annually.
3) Can materials 70%
2.3
8.9
15.4
17.16
17.17
2.2d More sustainable production of raw materials
Number of small-scale farmers supported for acquisition of Rainforest Alliance certification

KBC

10,000 farmers (in 2025)
12.6
12.7
17.16
17.17
2.2e More sustainable production of raw materials
1) Ratio of SEDEX membership in 1st tier supplier
2) Compliance with the Australian Modern Slavery Act

LN

1) 100%
2) 100%

The Environment

7.2
13.1
17.16
17.17
3.1 Actions regarding climate change
1) Renewable energy ratio for electric power consumption
2) Install solar power generation facilities
3) Reduction ratio of GHG emission (Scope 1 and 2)
4) Reduction ratio of GHG emission (Scope 3)

KG

KG
1) 100% (in 2040)
LION
2) 10MW (in 2026)
KG
3) 50% (in 2030, compared with 2019)
4) 30% (in 2030, compared with 2019)
3.9
6.4
17.16
17.17
3.2 Actions regarding water resources
1) Unit water consumption reduction rate in 2021
2) Water consumption reduction rate in 2030

MBLKKCKHB

MBL
1) 28% (in 2021, compared with 2015)
KKC
2) Under consideration
KHB
2) 32% (in 2030, compared with 2015)
15.4
17.16
17.17
3.3 Actions regarding biological resources
1) Use of FSC-certified paper or recyled paper for office paper
2) Use of FSC-certified paper for paper containers and packaging*2
3) Actions regarding sustainable palm oil

KHKBKBCME

1) 100%
2) 100%
3) 100%*3
12.2
12.4
14.1
17.16
17.17
3.4 Actions regarding containers and packaging
1) Conversion rate of PET bottle resin to recycled resin
2) Recyclability of container material
3) Recycled material ratio for containers and packaging materials

KBKBCMELN

KBC, KB, ME
1) 50% (in 2027)
LION
2) Over 90% (in 2030)
3) Over 50% (in 2030)
2.4
12.3
17.16
17.17
3.5 Reduction of food waste
Rate of product waste reduction

KBKBCME

75% (in 2025, compared with 2015)

KG: Kirin Group, KH: Kirin Holdings, KB: Kirin Brewery Company, Limited, KBC: Kirin Beverage Company, Limited, ME: Mercian Corporation, KIW: Koiwai Dairy Products Company, Limited, KKC: Kyowa Kirin Company, Limited, KHB: Kyowa Hakko Bio Company, Limited, LN: Lion Proprietary Limited MBL: Myanmar Brewery, Limited

*1
350ml and 500ml canned beer (beer and new genre) and RTD
*2
6-can packs, gift boxes, drink boxes, cardboard cartons for products
*3
Using Book and Claim model, which is a model for the trading of certificates approved by the Round Table of Sustainable Palm Oil

Performance Indicators and Results

A Responsible Alcohol Producer

Our Commitment 2019 2020
0.1
Responsible drinking / passing a culture of enjoying alcoholic beverages to the next generation
1) 1.007 million participants/viewers
2) KB
ME 144% (compared with 2018)
LION maintained same high standards
3) KB 0%
MBL 96%
LION 100%
1) 1.955 million participants/viewers
2) KB 113% (compared with 2018)
ME 170% (compared with 2018)
LION maintained same high standards
3) KB 0% (begin labeling by 2024)
MBL 100%
LION 100%

Health and Well-being

Our Commitment 2019 2020
1.1
Supporting self-care for healthy people and people with pre-disease
KBC
1) 109% (compared with 2018)
2) 99% (compared with 2018)
KIW
1+2) 52.5%
KBC
1) 106% (compared with 2018)
2) 112% (compared with 2018)
KIW
1+2) 56.5%
1.2a
Creating new value for healthy people and people with pre-disease
Two countries (220 million people)
5 countries (1.28 billion people)
1.2b
Supporting self-care for healthy people and people with pre-disease
1+2) 23.8 million people
1+2) 19.26 million people
1.3
Evolution in medical treatment
1) Exceeded goal of marketing three products in multiple regions.
2) Number of countries where drugs in 1) are marketed exceeded 50.
1) Target achieved in 2019
2) Over 50 countries, continuous growth
1.4
Evolution in medical treatment
Target achieved in 2018
-
1.5
Health and productivity management
1) Acquired successive White 500 certification for 2019
2) Targets achieved in 2019 (KB and other companies improved compared with 2018)
3) 112
4) 77.1%
1) Acquired successive White 500 certification for 2020
2) Targets achieved in 2020 (KB and other companies improved compared with 2018)
3) 117
4) 83.1%
1.6
Safety and security of our products
62%
95%

Community Engagement

Our Commitment 2019 2020
2.1
Contributing to community vitalization
-
-
2.2a
More sustainable production of raw materials
128 tons
Note: If appropriate measures are not taken, 2027 amounts are projected to be half.
119 tons
2.2b
More sustainable production of raw materials
1) 34,178 people
2) 152 tons
1) 20,559 people
2) 121 tons
2.2c
More sustainable production of raw materials
1) Conducted trial brewing aimed at contract farming beginning in 2020
2) 1 worker
3) 70%
1) 6.7%
2) 1 case
* Conducted workshop
3) Targets achieved in 2019
2.2d
More sustainable production of raw materials
120 farms
2,000 farms
2.2e
More sustainable production of raw materials
1) 75%
2) -
1) 98%
2) -

The Environment

Our Commitment 2019 2020
3.1
Actions regarding climate change
1) 15%
Note: boundary changed based on GHG protocols
2) 0.7W
3) 8.5% (compared with 2015)
4) 12.7% (compared with 2015)
2020 results pending
3.2
Actions regarding water resources
1) 27% (compared with 2015)
2) 23% (compared with 2015)
1) 28% (compared with 2015)
2) KKC 2020 results pending
KHB 42%(compared with 2015)
3.3
Actions regarding biological resources
1) 97.4%
2) 6-can packs 100%
Gift boxes 100%
Drink boxes 99.6%
Cardboard cartons for products 100%
3) 100%
1) 100%
2) 6-can packs 100%
Gift boxes 100%
Drink boxes 100%
Cardboard cartons for products 100%
3) 100%
3.4
Actions regarding containers and packaging
1) 1.9%
2) Over 95%
3) 47%
1) 1.5%
2) 2020 results pending
3) 2020 results pending
3.5
Reduction of food waste
44% (compared with 2015)
2020 results pending

CSV Commitment Highlights

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Please see below for details on SDGs

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