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Wei Chuan Food Corporation

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Type  Public (TSEC:TPE:1201)
Area served  Taiwan, USA
Founded  1972
Genre  Chinese food
Headquarters  Taiwan
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Industry  Chinese food manufacturing
Products  Condiments, frozen foods
Services  Manufacturing, Logistics
Stock price  1201 (TPE) NT$ 17.85 -0.30 (-1.65%)7 Apr, 1:30 PM GMT+8 - Disclaimer
Subsidiaries  Wei-Chuan U.S.A., Inc., Sung Ching Commercial Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Wei Chuan Foods Co. Ltd.

Wei Chuan Foods (Chinese: 味全食品; pinyin: Wèiquán; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Bī-chôan) is a Taiwan-based manufacturer of Chinese condiments, canned goods, drinks, and frozen goods. Its more popular, widely recognized products include canned pickles, soy sauce and oyster sauces, and frozen dumplings and wontons.


The Wei-Chuan USA division was founded in 1972 and operates manufacturing and customer service centers in Jersey City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, and Tennessee. Its products are similar to its parent company's. Wei-Chuan USA's corporate logo includes five red balls which represent the five basic flavors.

The Wuhan Wei-Chuan division was founded August 1995 as a joint venture with Wuhan Weijing Factory targeting Hubei and Sichuan. Products include MSG, soy sauce, animal feed, and bouillon. Brands include Vecon, Wei-Chuan, and Great Bridge.

Wei-Chuan formerly sponsored the Wei Chuan Dragons professional baseball team.

In November 2013, the company was found to be involved in an adulterated cooking oil scandal. The chairman of the company offered public apology during a press conference on 5 November 2013.


Wei-Chuan Food Corporation Wikipedia

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