Anyou III (IFC-46206)

  • China
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Anyou Biotechnology Group Co.,Ltd.
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$ 40.00 million
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Original disclosure @ IFC website

Updated in EWS Jan 23, 2023

Disclosed by Bank Nov 16, 2022

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Project Description
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Anyou Biotechnology Group Co., Ltd. (“Anyou” or the “Company”) is a leading animal feed company in China which produces a range of animal feed products at 35 feed mills across 26 provinces with a total production of c. two million metric tons in 2020, comprising mainly of pig feed, and smaller quantities of fish, cow, and duck feed. Products are available in powder, pellet, and granular forms depending upon required end uses. 

The proposed investment is a secured RMB loan of up to US$40 million equivalent.  Use of proceeds will be for the construction and operation of four additional greenfield feed mills, one each in the four frontier provinces of Gansu, Guizhou, Hubei, and Yunnan in China (the “Project”). 

Similar to existing feed mills, the proposed feed mills will adopt a production process comprising several key steps: testing, unloading and storage of raw materials; cleaning of raw materials; grinding of grains and other materials; mixing; cooling and drying; bagging; storage; and loading of finished feed products on outgoing trucks. The main raw materials utilized at the proposed feed mills will be grains (corn, wheat, etc.), proteins (soybean meal and fish meal), oilseeds (soybean oil), and nutritional supplements, such as amino acids added to the final product mix.

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Anyou is a portfolio IFC client. The disclosed E&S documents of previous investments are available at and

Mr. Hung Ping is the Chairman and founder of Anyou. With more than 30 years of experience in the animal feed industry, Mr. Hung Ping has a great passion for pig industry development and has published many books about pig farming and animal nutrition. He is a well-respected animal nutrition expert in the industry. Mr. Hung Ping has a bachelor’s degree in animal husbandry from National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan, China. He is supported by a cadre of senior managers who have deep experience in the animal feed sector.

Shareholders of Anyou include: (i) Anyou Group (China) Company Limited (46.3%); (ii) Jingning Bona LLP (16.1%); (iii) Xiamen Gaoli LLP (10.7%); (iv) Bangwan Consultancy Co., Ltd. (4.6%); (v) Jingning Shenghong LLP (4.2%); (vi) IFC (3.8%), (vii) Jingning Xingyuan LLP (3.2%); and (viii) Other 10 small shareholders owning less than 3% each (collectively 11.1%).

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Anyou Biotechnology Group Co., Ltd.
Ms. Zheng Xiaoyan
+86 512 33006666
No. 239 Xingang Road, Taicang City, Jiangsu Province, 215437, China



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