In 2016, the company got a HACCP certification, and was qualified to produce food for export.
In 2014, the company got certified to ISO14001, and was awarded Outstanding Clean-Production Enterprise of Guangzhou.
In 2008, the Rufeng trademark was rated Famous Trademark of Guangdong Province by the Administration of Industry and Commerce of Guangdong Province.
Since 2005, the company has been recognized as Good Faith Demonstration Enterprise of Guangdong Province.
In 2003, the company won the award of Famous Agricultural Products of Guangzhou from the Guangzhou government.
In 2001, the company moved to its current 20,000m2 site from its previous 3,000m2 site.
Since 1999, Rufeng is recognized as Guangdong Province Enterprise of Observing Contract and Valuing Credit.
In 1997 and 1998, Rufeng was awarded Advanced Private Enterprise of Guangdong Province by the Administration of Industry and Commerce of Guangdong Province.
In September 1986, Rufeng Condiments Factory was established.
In 2015,the company and GLTC cooperation landing JD.com.
The year 2015 marked the 30th anniversary of Rufeng’s establishment. The company’s plan to increase capital amount and expand production was supported by the government which marked off 60 mu (equals 4 hectares) of industrial land for the company to build a new base in Sanjiang.
In 2015, Rufeng’s products became available on JD.com and CCTV-Mall.com.
In 2009, the company launched a new brand – Guo wei wei, which has since become a registered trademark in 17 countries and regions.
In 2006, the Rufeng trademark was rated Famous Trademark of Guangzhou by the Administration of Industry and Commerce of Guangzhou Municipality.
In 2004, Rufeng was rated Agricultural Leading Enterprise of Guangzhou by the Guangzhou Municipal Party Committee and the Guangzhou government.
In 2002, Rufeng was honored with Top Brand in the Food Industry of Guangdong Province.
In 2000, Rufeng started to build a new factory to expand production scale.
In 1998, the company was renamed Guangzhou Rufeng Condiments Ltd.
The year 1990 saw the launching of the Sweet-and-Sour Vegetables alongside several other sauces and pickled vegetables thanks to guidance from Master Shao – a master in making Lingnan-style condiments and the inventor of sweet-and-sour vegetables.