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Hokkaido Consumers' Co-operative Union and FCO・OP Consumer Co-operative received Minister of State for Special Mission Commendation Award

2018.07.12

Member Co-ops

Hokkaido Consumers' Co-operative Union and FCO・OP Consumer Co-operative received Minister of State for Special Mission Commendation Award

The award ceremony for the winners of "Consumer Support Achievement Award" was held at the Prime Minister's Official Residence on May 28, 2018 and Hokkaido Consumers' Co-operative Union and FCO・OP Consumer Co-operative attended to receive Minister of State for Special Mission Commendation Award.

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Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project

2018.07.11

International

Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project

From July 1 2018, JCCU in collaboration with a major shrimp supplier PT.Bogatama Marinusa/PT.BOMAR (BOMAR Co., Ltd.), WWF Japan and WWF Indonesia started the "Sulawesi Island Shrimp Farming Improvement Project" in Indonesia.

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2018.07.05

Member Co-ops

Fukui Co-operative Society and FamilyMart open a joint model store

On May 19, 2018 Fukui Co-operative Society and FamilyMart Co. Ltd, in collaboration with the local government, opened a joint model store "Family Mart + Hearts Kono Kitamae Senshudori Store".

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What is JCCU?

Japanese Consumer's Co-operative Union (JCCU) was established in March 1951 as the National Federation of Consumer Co-op in Japan. Today, about 320 consumer co-ops and consumer co-op unions join JCCU and the total of gross sales of the member co-ops is about 3.4 trillion JPY, with total 28 million members. JCCU is the largest consumers' organization in Japan.

What is Consumer Co-op?

A consumer co-op is an autonomous association of consumers united voluntarily to meet their common needs and aspirations.

Consumer Co-op Societies in Japan

  • Member of Consumer Co-ops
    560
    Consumer Co-ops
  • Total Business Turnover
    3.4 Trillion
    JPY
  • Membership
    28 Million
    members

These are approximate figures.

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