|Meiji Hōrudingusu Kabushiki Gaisha|
|Founded||April 1, 2009|
4-16, Kyobashi Nichome, Chuo, Tokyo,
|Revenue||¥1,252,706 million (consolidated, March 2020)|
|¥102,708 million (consolidated, March 2020)|
|¥67,313 million (consolidated, March 2020)|
|Total assets||¥998,637 million (consolidated, March 2020)|
|Total equity||¥562,747 million (consolidated, March 2020)|
|Subsidiaries|| Meiji Seika |
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