Ajinomoto Co., Inc. ("the Company") discloses information in accordance with all applicable laws including the Financial Instruments and Exchange Law and the rules for timely disclosure set by the stock exchanges on which the Company's stock is listed.


The Company also works to quickly and fairly disclose important corporate information not subject to the rules for timely disclosure but which it judges could have a material impact on investment decisions.

Methods of Information Disclosure

The Company strives to ensure that all investors receive important corporate information by disclosing it through various methods, including via the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Timely Disclosure Network (TDnet) system, news releases, the Company website and e-mail.

Performance Forecasts and Other Forward-Looking Statements

In addition to historical facts, this site contains forward-looking statements regarding business plans, forecasts and strategies of the Ajinomoto Group ("Ajinomoto") that are based on management's estimates, assumptions and projections at the time of publication. Certain risks and uncertainties could cause Ajinomoto's results to differ materially from any projections presented herein.

Quiet Period

To prevent leaks of financial information, the Company sets the two weeks prior to each quarterly release of financial results as a "quiet period" during which it refrains from making comments, from responding to questions related to the financial results and from holding separate meetings or information briefings. However, the Company will disclose events that occur during quiet periods if they are subject to the rules for timely disclosure or expected significant changes to previously announced earnings forecasts that it judges should be disclosed during the quiet period.