“Caring Company Label” Awarded to Lee Kum Kee
“Caring Company Label” Awarded to Lee Kum Kee


HONG KONG - The Hong Kong Council of Social Service presented the “Caring Company Label” to awarded corporations at The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center on March 25, 2010. Lee Kum Kee has been awarded for seven consecutive years, demonstrating its commitment to corporate social responsibilities in the spirit of “Si Li Ji Ren”.

Lee Kum Kee was awarded in the following three areas:

Caring for the Community: In 2008 and 2009, the senior management and employees of Lee Kum Kee participated in the “Charity Walk to Support Lok Chi Association,” the “Lifeline Express Hong Kong Foundation – Charity Run/Walk 2009” and various activities to raise money for victims of the Si Chuan earthquake.

Caring for the Employees: Lee Kum Kee promotes a “3-balance” corporate philosophy – family, health and work; and provides free nutritious lunch and a shuttle for employees.

Caring for the Environment: Lee Kum Kee implemented environmental management facilities within its plants – an integrated oil and grease removal process to the sewage treatment system; reduction of plastic usage in packaging; and deploying circulating hot water system to generate energy.

Social responsibility builds upon a complementary triangular relationship comprising of corporations, society and employees. Lee Kum Kee continues to strive growth in harmony with  society and promoting Chinese cuisine worldwide.

Lee Kum Kee’s achievements in CSR were featured in the Hong Kong Economic Times “Corporate Social Responsibility Report” on March 25, 2010.