The Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry has awarded Mrs. Emiko Kawamukai, General Manager of the Bio-Chemical Laboratory at the Product Development Division in SARAYA, for her inspiring career at the 3rd “Osaka Sakuyahime” award ceremony on December 6, 2018.
Yashinomi Premium Power has been selected for the “JIDA Design Museum Selection Vol.20” by the Japan Industrial Designers Association, which will be held at the AXIS Gallery in Tokyo from January 17 to 22.
SARAYA received the Minister of Foreign Affairs Deputy Director Award at the inaugural Japan Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Awards. The ceremony was held at the Prime Minister's official residence on 26 December 2017, hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Since its foundation in 1952, Saraya has developed and sold hand hygiene products that display high cleaning efficiency, prevent skin irritation and are highly biodegradable. As the first company in Japan to use plant-based resources in the manufacturing of dish detergent, Saraya has been known throughout Japan as the natural choice in hygiene and sanitation products. The company has always complied with OECD regulations, which state that OECD products must include at least 60 % of highly biodegradable ingredients. Saraya currently provides health and hygiene solutions for household care, medical infection prevention, food preparation hygiene, and public hygiene. Each market segment is a key element in expanding its use of sustainable innovations.