US Headquaters and Plant
Thank you for your interest in House Foods America Corporation (HFAC). Information about our company is provided below. As one of the largest Tofu manufacturers in the United States, HFAC has two goals:
- To provide the best products to consumers and business customers
- To bring the rich and tasty Japanese food culture to the United States
House Foods America Corporation is composed of three operations. Its first and core operation is manufacturing and distribution of Tofu products. The second operation is the importing of processed foods from its parent company, House Foods Corporation, Japan (HFC). HFC is Japan's largest processor of spices, as well as the largest manufacturer and seller of such popular products as curry, stew mixes, and ready-to-heat foodstuffs. The third operation is managing a chain of curry restaurants, which have now grown to eleven locations in the greater Los Angeles and San Diego areas, with the latest restaurant addition in Northern California.
In 1981, a sales office was established in Los Angeles with the hope of introducing Japanese-style curry to America. Two years later in 1983, HFC acquired the Hinode Tofu brand, one of the oldest and most respected brands in the country, as well as its manufacturing facility. To suit the American lifestyle while still keeping the same tasty, high standards, Hinode was renamed as House Premium Tofu. In the same year, the first Curry House restaurant was opened in LA's Little Tokyo district, introducing Americans to Japanese Food with a twist!
By 1997, a new state-of-the-art facility was completed in Garden Grove, California, which would become HFAC's new Tofu manufacturing facility. At that time, all three operations were consolidated at this one location, allowing for smoother and more efficient business functions.
New Jersey Plant
HFAC opened an office in New York in 2000 in order to expand its business to the East Coast. In October 2006, a brand new manufacturing facility was opened in Somerset, New Jersey. This allowed for the delivery of fresh Tofu to East Coast, Midwest, and Southeast markets.
We pride ourselves on satisfying the needs, wishes, and suggestions of our customers and clients.
We hope that our excellent relationships with all of our consumers continue and that everyone gets a chance to experience House Foods products!
Bringing greater joy to families through our foods.
“Taste & Comfort”
Good food is more than simply fuel for the body.
It warms the heart and soothes the soul.
Our goal is to continuously strive to provide delicious, safe and easy to prepare food products.
We also seek to share the many wonders of Japanese cuisine with Americans everywhere.
||House Foods, Japan opens a sales office in Los Angeles.
||Acquires a fifty percent stake in the Hinode Tofu manufacturing company, one of the most respected brands in the country and enters into the Tofu business.
||The first Curry House restaurant opens in LA's Little Tokyo, introducing local Californians to Japanese cuisine with a contemporary atmosphere.
||A new state-of-the-art Tofu manufacturing facility opens in Garden Grove, California.
||All HFAC operations are consolidated at the facility.
||To expand business on the East Coast, HFAC opens New York office.
||HFAC opens its second plant, a new state-of-the-art tofu manufacturing facility in Franklin Township, Somerset, New Jersey.
||With two major plants servicing the country, House Foods America Corporation becomes nationwide.
We, at House Foods America, hereby pledge to contribute to the continued enrichment of global environmental protection. We will do so by pursuing company activities which are based on our environmental policy.
We contribute to a lasting, green environment by having company activities involving the environment. We understand the importance of caring for the environment, as well as ensuring that taste, quality, and safety are always present in our product manufacturing.
- Our whole operation is designed to prevent pollution by saving energy and resources and reducing waste that may cause global warming.
- We will abide by the local, county, state, and federal laws related to the environment.
- We will continually improve our environmental activities by periodically reviewing our environmental purposes and aims.