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of 36 Mark Lane, London, makers of animal feeds
of Tunnel Avenue, Greenwich (1914)
1900 Business established; incorporated as a private limited company
1907 The Molassine Company was voluntarily wound up; Frederick Livingstone and William Albert Owston, the younger, were appointed Liquidators
1907 The company was registered as a public limed company on 5 February to acquire the business of a company of almost similar title, manufacturers of molassine meal, dog biscuits and feeding stuffs, generally together with foreign and colonial patents. 
1914 Directors: Benjamin Horton (Chairman), John Prosser (Managing Director), W. A. Owston, Arthur W. Livingstone. All the Molassine Foods were based around sugar as a feeding material but prepared so as to overcome the objections to feeding animals with sugar or molasses in the natural state. The latest development of the Company's business was a large Poultry Farm at Twyford, Berkshire.