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Global Index 2018

Tingyi Cayman Islands Holding

Rank
20
Score
0.0
20 (2015)

Nutrition

21
0.0

Undernutrition

14
0.0

Product Profile

16
3.3

Nutrition General

A Governance (12.5%)
0.0
B Products (25%)
0.1
C Accessibility (20%)
0.0
D Marketing (20%)
0.0
E Lifestyles (2.5%)
0.9
F Labeling (15%)
0.0
G Engagement (5%)
0.0

Undernutrition

A Governance (12.5%)
0.0
B Products (25%)
0.0
C Accessibility (20%)
0.0
D Marketing (20%)
0.0
E Lifestyles (2.5%)
0.0
F Labeling (15%)
0.0
G Engagement (5%)
0.0

Corporate Profile

Headquarters
China
# of employees
79,003
Market capitalization
$6,815 m
Reported product categories
Meal Replacement, Noodles, Carbonates, Juice, RTD Tea
Total revenues*
$8,365 m
Reported revenue by geography**
Not available
* Source: Morningstar, USD historic exchange rate ** Source: Morningstar

Main areas of strength

• As in the 2013 and 2016 Global Index, Tingyi’s disclosure is limited and therefore no clear areas of strengths were identified.

Priority areas for improvement

• Despite marginal scores in Category B (Products) and E (Lifestyles), Tingyi’s overall rounded score on the Global Index 2018 is 0.0 and it ranks twentieth, which is shared last position.
• Tingyi ranks sixteenth on the Product Profile assessment with a score of 3.3 out of ten, based on an assessment of its major product categories in one country. Tingyi was estimated to derive (only) 17% of its total sales from healthy products, i.e. achieve a rating of 3.5 or more on the Health Star Rating system. Tingyi has significant scope to improve the healthiness of its portfolio through product reformulation, innovation and/or portfolio changes.
• In general, Tingyi’s limited disclosure means that no clear strengths were identified in the Corporate Profile research. Better disclosure by the company about its approach to tackling the global double burden of malnutrition, in terms of nutrition governance, product formulation, affordability and accessibility, responsible marketing practices, lifestyles, labeling and nutrition engagement, would allow for a more complete assessment and identification of specific areas for improvement. Additionally, engagement with the Access to Nutrition Foundation (ATNF) would allow a complete assessment of Tingyi’s products’ policies and practices. Tingyi is encouraged to engage with ATNF for the next Global Index.

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Funders

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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