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KUALA LUMPUR, July 22 (Bernama) -- Yili Group has become the dairy partner for the G20 Indonesia Summit to be held this year.
Joyday, produced by PT Yili Indonesia Dairy, will bring the cool taste of ice cream to participants from worldwide, it said in a statement today.
This is Yili’s second collaboration with the G20 summit since the 2016 G20 Hangzhou Summit, and it is in keeping with the company's commitment to achieving “World Integrally Sharing Health” and values shared with the G20 Committee.
The Yili Indonesia Dairy Production Base, which opened in December 2021, manufactures Joyday brand ice cream for the Indonesian and Southeast Asian markets.
On completion of its second phase, the production base will become the country's largest ice cream factory, with a daily production capacity of four million ice cream products.
“As one of the world's top five dairy companies and Asia's largest player in the industry, Yili has been actively embracing resources, markets and talent across the globe and fostering synergies and collaborations throughout the global industrial chain,” the group said.
Currently, Yili owns 74 production bases and 15 global innovation and research and development centres globally and has established partnerships with more than 2,000 enterprises in 39 countries and regions.
Yili adheres strictly to its New Vision for Value Creation in its global development. The company continues to innovate in order to provide high-quality dairy products and services to global consumers while meeting their nutritional needs and inspiring healthier lifestyles.
On July 13, Yili announced a new collaboration agreement with the G20 Committee to jointly support coral reef conservation in the Komodo National Park of Indonesia, covering reef restoration, beaches and underwater cleaning.
Yili has been actively assisting local communities, both domestic and global, in combating the pandemic, providing preferential subsidies to local partners' businesses and donating masks and dairy products to help safeguard people's physical and emotional health.
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