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Mark Harris set up his milling operation in Salisbury on Manica Road on the site of what is the Eastgate Market today

Jonathan Waters

July 3, is the 100th anniversary of National Foods if we are to trace the company to its “corporate roots”, when the British South Africa Company (BSA Co) bought into the Mark Harris Manufacturing Co, which became the Rhodesian Milling and Manufacturing Company (RMMC) in 1924. The first board meeting was held on July 3, 1920, and in 1970 the company took the occasion to celebrate the day as its Golden Anniversary.

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