65% of the population in Bangladesh is farmers. They do not have many opportunities to earn cash income and suffer from malnutrition. Yukiguni Maitake (YMC) is a leading Japanese agro-company renowned for its quality production of mushroom and “moyashi” sprout. In order to solve the problem of poverty in Bangladesh by cultivating mung beans used for the ingredient of “moyashi” sprout, in 2010, Grameen Yukiguni maitake (GYM) was established as a joint venture with YMC, Grameen Krishi Foundation, and Kyushu University. GYM is the world’s first company in the agricultural sector which was organized to realize Yunus Social Business.