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George Foster Clark, then just 25 years old, begins experimenting in his mother’s kitchen. He wanted to discover better ways to make baking aids, cake flour and even lemonade powder.
With an initial share capital of £27.50, George starts Foster Clark & Co together with his two brothers, William and Henry.
The company purchases part of the former Chambers Jam Factory on Hart Street.
With a capital of £54,300, Foster Clark is registered as a private company – the size of the premises is increased, as was the range of its products.
Foster Clark is registered as a public company on the London Stock Exchange, with a capital of £500,000. Company shares are given to all employees who have been in service for over 10 years.
The company becomes one of the first in Great Britain to add the canning of fruit and vegetables to its product range.
Financial hardship hits the firm when demand shifts towards fast and frozen foods.
Foster Clark merged with St Martin Group of companies.
The company faces another setback when one of its largest warehouses is destroyed by fire.
Sales continue to fall after the fire and the company is put up for sale to keep it afloat.
Foster Clark is sold to OXO Ltd, who continue the trade of Foster Clark within its own organisation.
Paul Busuttil, a distributor for Foster Clark in Malta, encourages owners OXO/Brooke to set up a join venture manufacturing in Malta.
Frank Busuttil succeeds his father and contributes to the growth of the business, both in Malta and overseas.
Unilever acquires Brooke Bond and its share in Foster Clark.
Charles Busuttil succeeds his brother and leads the company to the next stage of its development.
A major investment programme sees the opening of new office premises, as well as the introduction of a ‘wet goods’ production plant.
The start of a new era is marked by the inauguration of a new factory and offices.
The Busuttil family acquires all the shares in Foster Clark Products.
The company continues to invest in new state-of-the-art production facilities, and expands its geography footprint.
Joseph Busuttil succeeded his uncle who is currently leading the company to the next stage of its development
A newly constructed automated logistics centre with 16,000 + Sqm of storage space was inaugurated
Saw the taking over of B&S Manufacturing & B&S Exports operations and trading.
Dr. Simon Busuttil, Leader of the Opposition, this morning welcomed the Life Cycle and Foster Clark contingent, at the ‘Dar Centrali’, to wish them all the best of luck for the upcoming challenge. “I commend all cyclists for the sacrifices … ContinuedReadmore
Meet Jurgen our newest Junior Engineer. Over a year ago, Jurgen Casha, then a final year student, expressed his interest in working on a thesis related to pneumatic conveying of granular substances. During the scholastic year, Jurgen was mentored by … ContinuedReadmore
The Lifecycle Foundation has received a €25,000 donation from Foster Clark Products Limited The donation cheque was presented on 5th July in the presence of Hon. Chris Cardona. As the cyclists get ready to take on the African continent, we … ContinuedReadmore
At Foster Clark Products, we’re grateful for the continued trust people place in our company and products, which makes us all the more aware of our responsibilities to society, and all the more determined to support the community and the environment in a meaningful way.Explore now
Whether you’re just starting out your career, or you have expertise in a particular area, a world of opportunity awaits you at Foster Clark. A job at Foster Clark is a career made by you, with development opportunities to shape your own path as you work with a forward looking company, dedicated to developing our products as well as our people.Explore now