DaChan’s roots are in edible oils, andDachan soybean oil has become household name brand.
DaChan has manufactured flour in Taiwan for over fifty years, with its Iron Man and Great Wall brands enjoying strong customer loyalty and satisfaction. DaChan has further infused the respective strengths of China, Japan, and Taiwan in the DaChan Liangyou Food Company, with offices in Shanghai and Tianjin and a flour R&D and training center. Furthermore, DaChan manages a premixed powder facility with Japan’s Showa Sangyo, selling primarily to China-based food plants.
DaChan uses the freshest ingredients and maintains highest the highest production standards in its processed chicken and pork products, which are primarily sold through catering, leisure, and baking channels. DaChan operates multiple meat processing plants in both Taiwan and China.
DaChan operates processed food plants in Taoyuan in Taiwan and Kunshan and Tianjin in China. In addition to supplying a diverse array of delicious, processed foods to DaChan Great Wall Group restaurants as well as domestic & international chain restaurants and convenience store chains, DaChan processed foods are sold widely under the Yummy Dots classic dishes and Private Cuisine labels. Moreover, DaChan’s diverse offering of family-style frozen meal products have earned a strong consumer following.
DaChan develops and manages upmarket food court operations through strategic alliances, working in partnership with internationally renowned Taiwan and Hong Kong F&B brands to open new opportunities in Taiwan and China. A diverse, ever-renewing stream of flavors and styles helps drive market growth and generate wave after wave of culinary fashion.
DaChan’s Great Food Town retail brand delivers comprehensive service, from planning and design through to vendor recruitment and management. Great Food Town outlets are now regular fixtures in shopping malls, department stores, airports, hospital retail areas, and even the Central City all-in-one development complex, with Great Food Town locations spanning Taiwan, Beijing, Tianjin, Nanjing, and Xuzhou.