"CO・OP Sustainable" product series launched in February 2021


In order to further develop its commitment to the SDGs and ethical consumption, JCCU has launched a full-scale product series "CO・OP Sustainable" in February 2021, using main ingredients that are friendly to the environment and society.

JCCU has been promoting initiatives to support ethical consumption in CO・OP Brand Products based on the Co-op Action Plan for SDGs adopted in 2018. With more and more certification marks indicating that the product is environmentally and socially friendly, and by displaying a common logo mark on packages, it makes it easier for members to understand and select sustainable products.

In developing the "CO・OP Sustainable series, one of three messages, "Protecting ocean resources," "Protecting forest resources," and "Organic" will be displayed at the bottom of the common logo.


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"Co-op Sustainable" common logo mark

The three themes of "Co-op Sustainable" 


"Protecting ocean resources"


"Protecting forest resources" 



All of the main seafood ingredients are procured from fisheries certified as sustainable.

Applicable certifications

MSC (Marine Stewardship Council), ASC (Aquaculture Stewardship Council),  Marine Eco-Label Japan Council, and Best Aquaculture Practices 

The main ingredients used are agricultural and forestry products and recycled paper produced with consideration for proper forest management.

Applicable certifications

FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), Rainforest Alliance, RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil), and Eco mark

The main ingredients are cultivated by farming methods that do not rely on pesticides or chemical fertilizers and have a low environmental impact.

Applicable certifications

Organic Japanese Agricultural Standards

Product examples


CO・OP boneless redfish  simmered with soy sauce



CO・OP toilet paper made from recycled unbleached raw materials



CO・OP organic perilla oil (launched in October 2020)

CO・OP Kagoshima organic green tea (launched in January 2021)



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