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Looking at the state of the British Empire and wartime circumstances in the UK, I believe offers the answer. The military context goes much deeper than schoolboy comradery, family nostalgia or friends in high places.

On the one hand, it is hard for us to imagine the unified approach that the Empire had towards the war and every citizen in every Empire country.

The empathy and support that the war elicited in South Africa generally, but especially in Natal, so closely linked with the UK in spit and culture was enormous.

Thompson, It is outside the scope of this article to delve deeper into the unprecedented effort that was being expended by the South African population and the people in Natal in particular in support of the troops but reading the accounts of what was being done in Natal is quite emotional.

On the other hand, directly responding to wartime shortages in the UK was an international effort. Bacon, in those days, was not just a luxury. It was staple food.

The production of bacon was a matter of national importance debated in parliament. It was a key food source sustaining the British navy.

Many people only had bacon as food every day. They would boil the bacon before eating it. The parents who had to work the next day had the actual meat and the kids only had the water.

The fact that the bacon company was established in Estcourt in shows clearly that South Africa was ready to step in to prop up meat and bacon supply in particular to the UK.

Was there direct involvement from the South Africa leader, General Louis Botha who possibly passed on a request from London to all Empire states to assist in the supply of meat and bacon in particular?

It is a matter of conjecture, but a tantalising possibility. These are speculations that can be corroborated by looking at the correspondence of Botha.

FR Moor himself had direct communication with London and Botha may have simply opened the factory in support of the idea. The one reason that makes me suspects that there may have been a direct request from Botha or some early support for the venture is the location of the factory, right next to the Fort.

In my mind, it swings the possibility for direct involvement from Botha from possible to probable. Facts from correspondence should solve the matter.

Supplying the British market may have been done to build up South Africa, just as much as it was done in support of the Empire.

I suspect that the former may even be more of a driving force than the latter. It is confidently predicted that so far as meat is concerned the Union will be in a position to compete very soon with any other part of the world and in order to assist the expansion of the industry all the steamship lines propose, it is understood, to increase their refrigerated space very considerably and to place more vessels in service.

It oozes with deliberateness and purposefulness from the highest authorities. In a document dated 12 Jan about the South African meat export trade, compiled by A.

Louis Botha. I will give much to know the names of the men below. Will there be the name of one JW Moor? The party traveled to London by invitation from The Hon.

Ciappini the Trades Commissioner. The South African meat was deemed comparable to frozen meat produced in any part of the world.

The letter was a motivation that the South African meat trade was mature enough to be taken seriously and some helpful advice was given based on experience in South America.

He quotes Gen. Louis Botha involving himself in the details of the establishment of the meat trade from South Africa and, I believe that it is in part this general encouragement that JW Moor followed in creating the Cooperative Bacon Curing Company in I located this pamphlet among documents in the Western Cape Archive of J.

Moor and his farmers Cooperative where they apply for permission to erect an abattoir and a bacon curing company in East London on the harbour.

Or that the one owned the other. Whichever way you look at it, John Moore was a key figure in both and the establishment of a bacon company in East London was directly in line with the proposals set out to boost meat exports.

It is very interesting that both occurred in and that only the Eskort factory survived. As someone who established such a venture myself, my initial thoughts were that having a curing company at two such geographically distant sites as East London and Estcourt would have been impossible to manage, especially since both were new ventures.

Further documents show that the factory was built on the proposed site and it is telling that only the Estcourt site survived.

This is remarkable. The shortages in the UK in and were dire. The end of the war was not in sight and calls went out across the Empire to assist.

In this context, it is easy to see how military land was either made available or that it would have been strategically prudent to locate such an installation close to a military site, but again, it would have required high-level support involvement?

For the South Africans, the call for help would have been close to home. Delville Woods took place in , a year before the company was created.

His offensive started in July The entire East African region remained very active for the duration of the war. When the fighting was all done almost 19 South Africans lost their lives.

The Farmers Cooperative Bacon Factory at Estcourt has been producing the finest bacon on earth since its inception. Almost right from the start, the show became the platform where the best produce from around the world was exhibited alongside the best from England.

The British colonies used this as a platform to sell into the lucrative English market. It was initially called the Metropolitan Dairy Show.

It was never only about dairy. The show included competitions for Jersey, Guernsey, Shorthorn, Ayrshire, Kerry, Brittany, and any other breed of dairy cow, based on inspection.

However other livestock such as goats, donkeys, mules and poultry were exhibited at the first show, together with dairy produce, roots, grain and hops.

By , there were 43 bacon and ham exhibits. The Morning Post London of 19 October reported on the influence of foreign producers.

The Union of South Africa, which was created in , was represented at the show and was particularly successful in A report from The Age, the next day, on 21 October, reported that South Africa won all prizes for cheese and bacon produced in British colonies.

British newspapers did not directly report on which South African bacon producers were so successful in , but E.

Hardy, Assistant Superintendent of Dairying, Pretoria, writing for the Journal of the Department of Agriculture, gave us the detail when he reported on the South African exhibit at this show in In the category of bacon from a British colony, four sides of bacon had to be entered per participant.

Sparks and Young, Durban, were placed second and awarded the silver medal, their exhibit scoring 90 points, and the Estcourt Factory were third with another exhibit scoring 87 points.

Below is the gold medal awarded to them in by the Royal Agricultural Society of Natal. The results from in this same category received his attention.

This is the earliest and clearest endorsement of the superior quality of the bacon that was produced at the Estcourt Factory.

It is a tradition which was repeated at subsequent shows stretching well into the s and which is still part of the ethos of this remarkable company.

I am planning a separate page where all the achievements from these shows will be detailed. The company continued to win first prizes at this prestigious show.

In they again won the category of bacon produced in British colonies and were awarded this beautiful rose bowl cup with lion masks and rings. The London show remained important for the emerging South African economy for many years and the Co-operative Bacon Factory in Estcourt Eskort Ltd , remained one of the pillars that the South African drive for international recognition was being built on.

The Eskort factory is a historic site where many interesting cross-currents meet. Its uninterrupted existence from a time before nitrite was directly added to brine makes it unique in the world!

Apart from Danish Crown and Tulip, I know of very few other companies. Besides this, tied up in the story of its creation is a romantic immigrant, a family, defining themselves through diamond digging and making powerful friends; re-investing its fortunes in farming and establishing a food company that exists to this day.

We see the use of tank curing which predates the direct addition of nitrite to curing brines. The global influence of Griffiths who probably converted Eskort to an operation using the direct application of nitrite to curing brines following WW1.

We see the influence of the Danish Cooperative system, probably through the St. Edmunds Bacon Factory. Besides any of these, we see hard work, imagination and high character and a particular response to a specific call for help.

What is the purpose of this study? Besides the fascinating context of the Eskort operation, is there anything we can learn from the past?

I offer a few suggestions. Stay on top of the game. Use the best and latest technology available to stay well ahead of the race. This point probably dovetails into the previous one — ensure that the business is well funded.

Think big! No, think massive! By no account was any of the plans of JW Moor or any of his brothers or their father ever small!

The factory was built with a specific market in mind. Things are not as bad today as they were during the world wars. If anything, we have more opportunities.

No matter what is happening in our country, this can be our age of wisdom, our epoch of belief, season of light and our spring of hope!

A last comment must be made about the legacy of the bacon plant. There can be little doubt that it had a large impact on the meat processing landscape in South Africa over the years.

It provides a fertile and productive training center for many men and women to later either set up their own curing operations or work at other plants across the country, thus transferring the skills inherent in the Estcourt plant to the rest of the country.

In this regard, the impact of the visionary work of the Moor family is volcanic. It is interesting to talk to executives in Eskort and to realise how many people in top positions in curing operations across the country started their careers at the Eskort plant in Estcourt in the Natal Midlands.

Louis Botha was the man who pushed for the development of the meat industry in SA. At the end of , the company was in serious financial trouble following the Great Depression.

Anglo-American corporation was the largest investor and as it invested more money in the company, while the company worked ever closer with Tiger Oats, which was another Anglo subsidiary.

Look at this old photo I found. Botha was asked to become Prime Minister. Here is a photo of his first cabinet.

David was a member of this cabinet. He is in the back row on the right. FR Moor is 3rd from the left, back row, looking to his right.

His younger brother, JW Moor, was the chairman of the farmers cooperative that became Eskort. Botha opened the Eskort factory in Estcourt, Natal shortly before he passed away.

In a way, both Eskort and Enterprise at least Tiger Brands were represented. The individual photos are of De Villiers Graaff and Moor.

He has a present for me, a book commemorating the first years of Eskort, Ltd.. I was glad that Paul was with me so that I could introduce him to one of the legends in our industry.

We spoke about history and the Moor family; the industry at large and then Arnold gave us a bit of information that is invaluable to our quest.

Nothing less than that will exist for years. This morning Paul Fickling was telling me about a small hotel they stayed over in Natal the previous week, Hartford House.

It turns out that the house was owned by JW Moor. Arnold elucidated us and suggested we get in contact with Mickey Goss, the current owner of the estate, for an in-depth discussion of the history of the region and the Moor family.

I will definitely send Mickey correspondence and arrange for a visit to his famed estate. I am thrilled to be part of this incredibly rich history, humbled by the gesture of Arnold and the coincidence of Paul and his family staying at the exact house a week ago.

Well, that is just strange!! I received a mail this morning 14 June from Bruce, Sally and Phyllis. He was responsible for starting the manufacture of sausages at the factory and, by the time of his retirement a few years ago, he had overseen its growth to a point where pigs were being processed each week.

The chief social function of the townspeople was to watch the mail train pass through once a night. When sausages were first made at the factory, Mr.

He has given a lifetime of devoted service to Estcourt and spent nine years on the Town Council — two as mayor. One of his chief pleasures was a game of snooker at the club.

The speech was given by Mr. Tank Curing Came from Ireland. Walworth, G.. The Mother Brine. Like our Facebook page and see the next post.

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Hastings, Hastings, The interesting thing is that Tulip is a Danish company, wholly owned by Danish Crown and a direct outflow of the creation of the cooperative curing plant at Horsens.

The Danes created Tulip in England to, in a way, set up their own distribution company in England for the vast quantities of bacon they produced in Denmark.

Essentially, they created their own client. In later years Tulip became involved in every aspect of the pork industry in England and currently is the largest pork farmer in the UK.

Given the same set of variables, the best choices are obvious to all, no matter how far in the future you look back at decisions of the past.

Dhupelia, U. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Durban-Westville.

Supervisor: Dr. Brain; Date Submitted: December Download: Dhupelia-Uma Morrell, R. University of Natal. Durban, March Perren, R.

Farmers and consumers under strain: Allied meat supplies in the First World War. The Agricultural Historical Review.

PDF: Richard Perren. Thompson, P. Historia Vol. Where I referenced previous articles I did, the links are provided in the article and I do not reference these again.

The cast I use to mould the story into is letters I wrote home during my travels. Eskort Ltd. October Over the years I have written letters to my kids telling them what I learn and about my experiences.

Introduction The origin of the Eskort Bacon factory is tied up with the story of the development of the Natal Midlands in the mids to the early part of the s.

Immigrating to South Africa Immigration back then was done, as it is today, through entrepreneurs who made money by facilitating movement to the new world and who sell their products through colourful displays and exciting tales of success and a new life.

Dhupelia, On 4 July , they arrived in Durban and the Minerva was wrecked on a reef below the Bluff. Dhupelia, Romance and Settlement F.

Strong Military Traditions The Moor family had strong military connections going back to the father of F.

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Yes 2 No 2. More experinced candidate was required. Mutually agreed resignation in July in favour of a more experienced candidate. In reality the newly created position within the company demanded the attentions of an individual with several years experienced rather than my current graduate status.

Gained valuable experience. Business Culture. Yes No 1. My typical day is when I was moving to dispatch from production department I have learned that I was capable of doing everything.

The general manager gave me this opportunity to prove myself in this male dominated sector. They were praising me for being the first lady to operate the forklift in the company.

The hardest part was when I was suppose to count the stock inside the cold rooms I was enjoying when I was loading the truck. Free trainings.

Whole day. Wet tank-curing is more suited for the industrialisation of bacon curing with the added cost advantage of re-using some of the brine.

It allows for the use of even less salt compared to older curing methods. Corroborating evidence for the date of the Danish adoption of the Irish method comes to us from newspaper reports about the only independent farmer-owned Pig Factory in Britain of that time, the St.

Edmunds Bacon Factory Ltd. The factory was set up in According to an article from the East Anglia Life, April , they learned and practiced what at first was known as the Danish method of curing bacon and later became known as tank-curing or Wiltshire cure.

Horsens Andelssvineslagteri. Another account from England puts the Danish system of tank curing early in the s.

Harris from Wiltshire, UK, switched from dry curing to the Danish method during this time. It was, however, the Irish who took this practical knowledge, undoubtedly combined it with the scientific knowledge of the time and created the commercial process of tank-curing which later became known as Wiltshire cure when the Harris operations became the gold standard in bacon curing.

Their first factory was located in the English town of Calne, in Wiltshire from where the method came to be known as Wiltshire cure. Its direct ancestor was however Danish and they, in turn, capitalised on an Irish invention.

It is of huge interest that the Eskort brand of bacon, to this day, bears the brand name of Wiltshire cure.

Wiltshire is an English county where Calne is located which housed the Harris factory. At a time before the direct addition of nitrite to curing brines, the only two ways to cure bacon was either dry curing or tank curing.

Dry curing requires about 21 days as against 9 days for tank curing. Walworth, It would not have been possible for the plant to use sodium nitrite in its brine in Where the Danes and the English favoured tank curing, the Germans and the Americans liked the concept of adding nitrite directly to the curing brines.

This was however frowned upon due to the toxicity of sodium nitrite. In America, the matter was battled out politically, scientifically and in the courts.

It became the standard ingredient in bacon cures only after WW1. The Germans used it during the war due to a lack of access to saltpeter nitrate which was reserved for the war effort and the need to produce bacon faster to supply to the front.

The American packing houses in Chicago toyed with its use due to the speed of curing that it accomplishes. The timeline, however, precludes its use in the Bacon factory in Estcourt in In fact, Ladislav Nachtmulner, the creator of the first legal commercial curing brine containing sodium nitrite, only invented his Prague Salt, in Prague Salt first appeared in in the USA as sodium nitrite became available through the Chicago based Griffith Laboratories in a curing mix for the meat industry.

The Naming of Prague Salt. In Oct in a carefully choreographed display by Griffith, the American Bureau of Animal Industries legalised the use of sodium nitrite as a curing agent for meat.

In December of the same year the Institute of American Meat Packers, created by the large packing plants in Chicago, published the document.

The use of sodium Nitrite in Curing Meats. A key player suddenly emerges onto the scene in the Griffith Laboratories, based in Chicago and very closely associated with the powerful meatpacking industry.

Probably the biggest of the powerful meat packers was the company created by Phil Armour who gave David de Villiers Graaff the idea of refrigerated rail transport for meat.

It was said that Phil had an eye on developments in every part of the globe. There is, therefore, no reasonable way that the bacon factory in Estcourt could have used sodium nitrite directly in Besides this, where would they have found cheap nitrite salts in South Africa in ?

This takes the establishment of the company back to the technology used by the Harris family in Calne which was mother brine tank curing, the classic Wiltshire curing method which was later exactly defined in UK law.

At the demise of the Harris operation, many of the staff were taken up into the current structures of Direct Table which is, according to my knowledge, one of the only remaining companies in the world who still use the traditional Wiltshire tank curing method for some of its bacons.

It undoubtedly is the largest to do so. In the Eskort branding of its bacon, the reference to Wiltshire cure it is a beautiful reference back to the origins of the company which pre-dates the direct addition of sodium nitrite.

The Griffith Laboratories became the universal prophet of the direct addition of nitrite to curing brines. They appointed an agent in South Africa in Crown Mills.

It could very well have been Crown Mills who converted Eskort from traditional tank curing to the direct addition of sodium nitrite through Prague Powder.

It must be mentioned that the butchery trade was well established in South Africa long before the cooperative bacon factory was established in Estcourt.

Bacon curing was one of the first responsibilities of the VOC when Van Riebeek set the refreshment station up in The largest and most successful of these companies in Cape Town was Combrink and Co.

I suspect that most of these operations used dry curing which was not suitable for mass production. The second technical aspect is the form of cooperation that was established and a few words must be said about Peter Bojsen for those who are not familiar with him.

Cooperative bacon production was the buzz word in the early s, but where did this originate? It started in Denmark. The Danes were renowned dairy farmers and producers of the finest butter Daily Telegraph, 2 February 6 They found the separated milk from the butter-making process to be excellent food for pigs.

The Danish farmers developed an immense pork industry around it. Daily Telegraph, 2 February 6 The bacon industry was created in response to a ban from England on importing live Danish pigs to the island.

The Danish farmers responded by organising themselves into cooperatives who build bacon factories that supplied bacon to the English market. Daily Telegraph, 2 February 6 This established bacon curing as a major industry in Denmark.

The first general meeting was held, land was purchased, building work commenced and the equipment installed. Tank Curing came from Ireland.

The dynamic Peter Bojsen took center stage in the creation of the abattoir in Horsens. He served as its first chairman. He created the first shared ownership slaughtering house.

In years to follow, this revolutionary concept of ownership by the farmers on a shared basis became a trend in Denmark.

Before the creation of the abattoir, he was the chairman of the Horsens Agriculture Association and had to deal with inadequate transport and slaughtering facilities around the market where the farmers sold their meat at.

Horsens Andelssvineslagteri Peter was a visionary and a creative economist. The genius of this man transformed a society. In , the St. Edmunds cooperative bacon factory was opened in England in Elmswell, with Danish help.

It is clear that the concept of the Horsens plant crossed the English channel. Edmunds in The farmers cooperative were founded in in Estcourt. Moor laid the cornerstone in January , the report in the Sydney Morning Herald appeared in June , the same month when the first exports of Eskort bacon to the UK took place.

Export may have taken place before the local market was completely saturated. Regardless of the actual circumstances, the export of bacon to the UK was not just a major achievement and competing nations took notice.

I also suspect that Eskort managed to supply a sizable portion of the import figure of GBP, in and that the article may elude to exactly this. The location of the Estcourt plant is of interest virtually right next to Fort Dunford, between the fort and the Bushmans river.

My suspicion is that the land belonged to the army and that Moor, either JW or with the help of FR, secured rights to purchase it. This could have been done only by a family who had very cozy relationships with the military and had friends in high places in the persons of Louis Botha and FR Moor himself.

Just look at the defenses of the Fort. There were three defenses. The first would have been the Bushmans river. Secondly, there was a moat around the fort, 2 meters deep and 4 meters wide.

Then, one part of the staircase could be pulled up in case two of the defenses were bridged. It is clear from the map that even the hospital was strategically located to be within the general protection of the Fort and the Boesmans River bend.

There is a second interesting contribution that the military post could have made to the establishment of the bacon plant.

It is known that men from Elmswell and Wiltshire were drafted into service in South Africa. Could it have been that some of these men actually worked at the cooperative bacon plant in Elmswell?

These records can quite easily be checked and will be worth the effort. Strong circumstantial evidence, however, points to more than just a coincidental relationship between the location of the plant and the military establishment.

Probably more important than the affinity of Moor family for the military was the fact that FR Moor was the political leader of the Natal colony until the Union of South Africa was created in and the fact that the old school friend of FR, General Louis Botha was in , the Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa.

Whichever way you look at it, it is hard not to recognise the close proximity of the Eskort plant to the military installations. What could be the uniting thought that pulls all these facts together?

Of course, in part, predicated on the fact that the factory is in the original location. Looking at the state of the British Empire and wartime circumstances in the UK, I believe offers the answer.

The military context goes much deeper than schoolboy comradery, family nostalgia or friends in high places. On the one hand, it is hard for us to imagine the unified approach that the Empire had towards the war and every citizen in every Empire country.

The empathy and support that the war elicited in South Africa generally, but especially in Natal, so closely linked with the UK in spit and culture was enormous.

Thompson, It is outside the scope of this article to delve deeper into the unprecedented effort that was being expended by the South African population and the people in Natal in particular in support of the troops but reading the accounts of what was being done in Natal is quite emotional.

On the other hand, directly responding to wartime shortages in the UK was an international effort. Bacon, in those days, was not just a luxury.

It was staple food. The production of bacon was a matter of national importance debated in parliament. It was a key food source sustaining the British navy.

Many people only had bacon as food every day. They would boil the bacon before eating it. The parents who had to work the next day had the actual meat and the kids only had the water.

The fact that the bacon company was established in Estcourt in shows clearly that South Africa was ready to step in to prop up meat and bacon supply in particular to the UK.

Was there direct involvement from the South Africa leader, General Louis Botha who possibly passed on a request from London to all Empire states to assist in the supply of meat and bacon in particular?

It is a matter of conjecture, but a tantalising possibility. These are speculations that can be corroborated by looking at the correspondence of Botha.

FR Moor himself had direct communication with London and Botha may have simply opened the factory in support of the idea.

The one reason that makes me suspects that there may have been a direct request from Botha or some early support for the venture is the location of the factory, right next to the Fort.

In my mind, it swings the possibility for direct involvement from Botha from possible to probable. Facts from correspondence should solve the matter.

Supplying the British market may have been done to build up South Africa, just as much as it was done in support of the Empire.

I suspect that the former may even be more of a driving force than the latter. It is confidently predicted that so far as meat is concerned the Union will be in a position to compete very soon with any other part of the world and in order to assist the expansion of the industry all the steamship lines propose, it is understood, to increase their refrigerated space very considerably and to place more vessels in service.

It oozes with deliberateness and purposefulness from the highest authorities. In a document dated 12 Jan about the South African meat export trade, compiled by A.

Louis Botha. I will give much to know the names of the men below. Will there be the name of one JW Moor? The party traveled to London by invitation from The Hon.

Ciappini the Trades Commissioner. The South African meat was deemed comparable to frozen meat produced in any part of the world.

The letter was a motivation that the South African meat trade was mature enough to be taken seriously and some helpful advice was given based on experience in South America.

He quotes Gen. Louis Botha involving himself in the details of the establishment of the meat trade from South Africa and, I believe that it is in part this general encouragement that JW Moor followed in creating the Cooperative Bacon Curing Company in I located this pamphlet among documents in the Western Cape Archive of J.

Moor and his farmers Cooperative where they apply for permission to erect an abattoir and a bacon curing company in East London on the harbour.

Or that the one owned the other. Whichever way you look at it, John Moore was a key figure in both and the establishment of a bacon company in East London was directly in line with the proposals set out to boost meat exports.

It is very interesting that both occurred in and that only the Eskort factory survived. As someone who established such a venture myself, my initial thoughts were that having a curing company at two such geographically distant sites as East London and Estcourt would have been impossible to manage, especially since both were new ventures.

Further documents show that the factory was built on the proposed site and it is telling that only the Estcourt site survived.

This is remarkable. The shortages in the UK in and were dire. The end of the war was not in sight and calls went out across the Empire to assist.

In this context, it is easy to see how military land was either made available or that it would have been strategically prudent to locate such an installation close to a military site, but again, it would have required high-level support involvement?

For the South Africans, the call for help would have been close to home. Delville Woods took place in , a year before the company was created.

His offensive started in July The entire East African region remained very active for the duration of the war.

When the fighting was all done almost 19 South Africans lost their lives. The Farmers Cooperative Bacon Factory at Estcourt has been producing the finest bacon on earth since its inception.

Almost right from the start, the show became the platform where the best produce from around the world was exhibited alongside the best from England.

The British colonies used this as a platform to sell into the lucrative English market. It was initially called the Metropolitan Dairy Show.

It was never only about dairy. The show included competitions for Jersey, Guernsey, Shorthorn, Ayrshire, Kerry, Brittany, and any other breed of dairy cow, based on inspection.

However other livestock such as goats, donkeys, mules and poultry were exhibited at the first show, together with dairy produce, roots, grain and hops.

By , there were 43 bacon and ham exhibits. The Morning Post London of 19 October reported on the influence of foreign producers.

The Union of South Africa, which was created in , was represented at the show and was particularly successful in A report from The Age, the next day, on 21 October, reported that South Africa won all prizes for cheese and bacon produced in British colonies.

British newspapers did not directly report on which South African bacon producers were so successful in , but E.

Hardy, Assistant Superintendent of Dairying, Pretoria, writing for the Journal of the Department of Agriculture, gave us the detail when he reported on the South African exhibit at this show in In the category of bacon from a British colony, four sides of bacon had to be entered per participant.

Sparks and Young, Durban, were placed second and awarded the silver medal, their exhibit scoring 90 points, and the Estcourt Factory were third with another exhibit scoring 87 points.

Below is the gold medal awarded to them in by the Royal Agricultural Society of Natal. The results from in this same category received his attention.

This is the earliest and clearest endorsement of the superior quality of the bacon that was produced at the Estcourt Factory. It is a tradition which was repeated at subsequent shows stretching well into the s and which is still part of the ethos of this remarkable company.

I am planning a separate page where all the achievements from these shows will be detailed. The company continued to win first prizes at this prestigious show.

In they again won the category of bacon produced in British colonies and were awarded this beautiful rose bowl cup with lion masks and rings.

The London show remained important for the emerging South African economy for many years and the Co-operative Bacon Factory in Estcourt Eskort Ltd , remained one of the pillars that the South African drive for international recognition was being built on.

The Eskort factory is a historic site where many interesting cross-currents meet. Its uninterrupted existence from a time before nitrite was directly added to brine makes it unique in the world!

Apart from Danish Crown and Tulip, I know of very few other companies. Besides this, tied up in the story of its creation is a romantic immigrant, a family, defining themselves through diamond digging and making powerful friends; re-investing its fortunes in farming and establishing a food company that exists to this day.

We see the use of tank curing which predates the direct addition of nitrite to curing brines. The global influence of Griffiths who probably converted Eskort to an operation using the direct application of nitrite to curing brines following WW1.

We see the influence of the Danish Cooperative system, probably through the St. Edmunds Bacon Factory. Besides any of these, we see hard work, imagination and high character and a particular response to a specific call for help.

What is the purpose of this study? Besides the fascinating context of the Eskort operation, is there anything we can learn from the past?

I offer a few suggestions. Stay on top of the game. Use the best and latest technology available to stay well ahead of the race.

This point probably dovetails into the previous one — ensure that the business is well funded. Think big! No, think massive! By no account was any of the plans of JW Moor or any of his brothers or their father ever small!

The factory was built with a specific market in mind. Things are not as bad today as they were during the world wars.

If anything, we have more opportunities. No matter what is happening in our country, this can be our age of wisdom, our epoch of belief, season of light and our spring of hope!

A last comment must be made about the legacy of the bacon plant. There can be little doubt that it had a large impact on the meat processing landscape in South Africa over the years.

It provides a fertile and productive training center for many men and women to later either set up their own curing operations or work at other plants across the country, thus transferring the skills inherent in the Estcourt plant to the rest of the country.

In this regard, the impact of the visionary work of the Moor family is volcanic. It is interesting to talk to executives in Eskort and to realise how many people in top positions in curing operations across the country started their careers at the Eskort plant in Estcourt in the Natal Midlands.

Louis Botha was the man who pushed for the development of the meat industry in SA. At the end of , the company was in serious financial trouble following the Great Depression.

Anglo-American corporation was the largest investor and as it invested more money in the company, while the company worked ever closer with Tiger Oats, which was another Anglo subsidiary.

Look at this old photo I found. Botha was asked to become Prime Minister. Here is a photo of his first cabinet. David was a member of this cabinet.

He is in the back row on the right. FR Moor is 3rd from the left, back row, looking to his right. His younger brother, JW Moor, was the chairman of the farmers cooperative that became Eskort.

Botha opened the Eskort factory in Estcourt, Natal shortly before he passed away. In a way, both Eskort and Enterprise at least Tiger Brands were represented.

The individual photos are of De Villiers Graaff and Moor. He has a present for me, a book commemorating the first years of Eskort, Ltd..

I was glad that Paul was with me so that I could introduce him to one of the legends in our industry. We spoke about history and the Moor family; the industry at large and then Arnold gave us a bit of information that is invaluable to our quest.

Nothing less than that will exist for years. This morning Paul Fickling was telling me about a small hotel they stayed over in Natal the previous week, Hartford House.

It turns out that the house was owned by JW Moor. Arnold elucidated us and suggested we get in contact with Mickey Goss, the current owner of the estate, for an in-depth discussion of the history of the region and the Moor family.

I will definitely send Mickey correspondence and arrange for a visit to his famed estate. I am thrilled to be part of this incredibly rich history, humbled by the gesture of Arnold and the coincidence of Paul and his family staying at the exact house a week ago.

Well, that is just strange!! I received a mail this morning 14 June from Bruce, Sally and Phyllis. He was responsible for starting the manufacture of sausages at the factory and, by the time of his retirement a few years ago, he had overseen its growth to a point where pigs were being processed each week.

The chief social function of the townspeople was to watch the mail train pass through once a night. When sausages were first made at the factory, Mr.

He has given a lifetime of devoted service to Estcourt and spent nine years on the Town Council — two as mayor. One of his chief pleasures was a game of snooker at the club.

The speech was given by Mr. Tank Curing Came from Ireland. Walworth, G.. The Mother Brine. Like our Facebook page and see the next post.

Like, share, comment, contribute! Bacon and the art of living. Promote your Page too. On 8 June, two days after the start of production, the South African financial services group Sanlam was established in Cape Town.

Hastings, Hastings, The interesting thing is that Tulip is a Danish company, wholly owned by Danish Crown and a direct outflow of the creation of the cooperative curing plant at Horsens.

The Danes created Tulip in England to, in a way, set up their own distribution company in England for the vast quantities of bacon they produced in Denmark.

Essentially, they created their own client. In later years Tulip became involved in every aspect of the pork industry in England and currently is the largest pork farmer in the UK.

Given the same set of variables, the best choices are obvious to all, no matter how far in the future you look back at decisions of the past.

Dhupelia, U. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Durban-Westville.

Supervisor: Dr. Brain; Date Submitted: December Download: Dhupelia-Uma Morrell, R. University of Natal.

Durban, March Perren, R. Farmers and consumers under strain: Allied meat supplies in the First World War.

The Agricultural Historical Review. PDF: Richard Perren. Thompson, P. Historia Vol. Where I referenced previous articles I did, the links are provided in the article and I do not reference these again.

The cast I use to mould the story into is letters I wrote home during my travels.

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