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Johnson and Johnson

The world’s most recognizable multinational corporations has been in the game for 130 years. Johnson & Johnson operates in 60 different countries hence becoming one of the world’s largest health and wellness companies. Pharmacist Robert Wood Johnson and his brothers […]

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Zyl Sea Foods

After being established in 2007, the Zyl Seafood supplied quality seafood to palaces and  Federal Government Organizations in Johannesburg. The profits they gained from this gave  them the idea of developing a large fish processing facility country wide. Zyl Seafood now  provides the best seafood products and is trusted for its best services to the domestic and  international market. 

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Epic foods

The married couple Taylor Collins and Katie Forrest founded Epic foods which is a company  that sells energy bars and snacks made from meat. Though they sold meat products, the  couple were endurance athletes with strict vegan diets. They were not passionate carnivores.  Although it took them years to reach their goal, the two finally hit their stride hence the name  epic foods. It was the excitement over success that gave them the name Epic foods now  known world-wide.  

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Thokoman foods

The brand is a subsidiary of Goody which is a food product company in the Middle East,  South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa. While following his grandfather who created a name  for himself decades ago for pioneering the Middle East Company, Mr Saied Ahmed Basamh  founded the brand Goody Thokoman Foods. He later expanded the peanut butter  manufacturing company to several countries around the world.  

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Kellogg’s

Amidst questions of how the name came up, Kellogg’s disclosed that the name came from  Will Kellogg’s last name. During the first days of the company’s existence, Will would sign  out every box that he sent out as a sign of authenticity. His signature literally became the logo  for Kellogg’s breakfast cereals founded in 1900.

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Mugg and Bean

While traveling in Chicago during the 90s, Ben Filmalter and wife Judi came across a unique little coffee shop that prided itself on its spirit of generosity. After he was inspired by this, Ben opened his first Mug and Bean […]

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Colgate

The history of Colgate is traced from 1873 when it was founded by William Colgate. The man was a soap and candle maker who began selling his wares in New York City under the name William Colgate & Company. When he […]

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Huletts

At a time when many where asking for the meaning of the brand name, Tongaat Hulett disclosed that its name was taken from the name of the uThongathi River which passes by the town. In line with its commitment to delivering […]

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Coca-Cola

When Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton invented the well-known Coke soft drink, he marketed it as a patent medicine and hangover remedy because, well, it contained cocaine. The brand was publicized in 1886 after book keeper Frank Robinson, chose […]

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KOO

Over the years, KOO has been nominated as the best baked beans product. It is therefore owned by Tiger Brands South Africa which started in 1940 as a farmer cooperative and currently offers a product portfolio spanning across ten categories. The […]