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History

1907 Nisshin OilliO was originally established under the name Nisshin Soybean Crushing Co. by Kihachiro Okura and Kyujiro Matsushita.

The name Nisshin is made up of two characters denoting Japan and China.
1918 Company name was renamed to The Nisshin Oil Mills, Ltd.
1924 Nisshin Oil Mills launched Japan's first salad oil, named Nisshin Salad Oil, using highly-refined soybean oil.
1963 Production was launched at the Yokohama Isogo Plant following the completion of the first stage of construction.
1992 Nisshin Canola Oil was launched.
1996 BOSCO Olive Oil was launched.
2002 The Nisshin Oil Mills, Ltd., Rinoru Oil Mills Co., Ltd., and Nikko Oil Mills Co., Ltd., integrated their management to form The Nisshin OilliO Group. The Nisshin Oil Mills, Ltd., changed its trading name and underwent a corporate demerger. This resulted in the creation of The Nisshin OilliO Group, Ltd., as a pure holding company and The Nisshin OilliO Ltd., as an operating company.
2003 Healthy Resetta, an authorized food for specified health uses that inhibits fat uptake in the body, was launched.
2004 The Nisshin OilliO Group, Ltd., absorbed its three consolidated subsidiaries, The Nisshin OilliO Ltd., Rinoru Oil Mills Co., Ltd., and Nikko Oil Mills Co., Ltd., marking a new start for the Group.
2007 Nisshin OilliO celebrated its 100th anniversary.