Hyundai Green Food

Hyundai Green Food is a South Korean company specializing in food-related businesses. The company operates several divisions: food service (dining preparation and service), restaurants (21 brands), distribution/retail (food outlets in department stores and independent restaurants), food ingredient distribution, and food retail distribution. The company operates six food logistics/distribution centers and processing factories in South Korea, including two locations in Gyeongin and one location in Ulsan.

Hyundai Green Food operates Texas Roadhouse and Eataly chain restaurants in South Korea (under license from their respective companies). The company also operates restaurants under its own brands, including h' _Kitchen, Hansol Noodles (cold noodles), Bonga Sushi (conveyor belt sushi) and h' _450 (fine dining).

The main shareholders of Hyundai Green Food include members of the family controlling Hyundai companies: Chung Kyo-sun (정교선, 23.80%), Chung Ji-sun (정지선, 12.67%), and Chung Mong-keun (정몽근, 1.97%). The company owns 12.05% of the shares of Hyundai Department Store alongside Chung Ji-sun (정지선, 17.09%) and Chung Mong-keun (정몽근, 2.63%).

Hyundai Green Food

Company listings

KRX: 005440

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