Established more than 100 years ago, National Foods is Zimbabwe’s largest food manufacturer, supplying the country with a wide range of its most loved basic foods and other essential products. Our stable and reputable company is home to iconic brands such as Gloria, Red Seal, Better Buy and Stockfeeds, to name a few.
With a complete value chain offering, from manufacturing to distribution and sales, our environment offers people a conducive workplace enabling ample access to opportunities across manufacturing, milling, finance, human resources, sales, marketing and distribution. We provide our people with all the support they require to progress and take ownership of their professional careers.
“[National Foods] is a nurturing, innovative and diverse family where we are all challenged, mentored and celebrated.”
– William Gumbira, Buyer, Procurement Department
National Foods has a strong performance-driven culture, where our people know their purpose and impact and take pride in delivering of their best. If you want to work at National Foods, you will be joining a company where people are hardworking and driven to achieve, both personally and professionally within their careers.
National Foods has witnessed its success through our commitment to the growth and wellbeing of our employees. Our people are restless if they are not continuously learning, developing and growing. As such, our working environment is professional, competitive, demanding and challenging, but at the same time offers strong career opportunities for determined, career-orientated individuals who are ready to embrace an environment like National Foods.
“Working in a results-oriented environment is both exciting and challenging. We enjoy being pushed to go the extra mile and then being recognized for the hard work and dedication. The level of thoughtfulness and generosity empowers me and my team and also encourages us to do our best, always.”
– Yeukai Njanji, Regional Sales Manager
We are bound by a common purpose: Together we feed and nourish the nation. And while the work we do is so much more than a job, we acknowledge and reward hard work and excellent performance through financial, non-monetary incentives and recognition.
We focus on 5 key pillars, to continually develop our people. Our learning culture, met with encouragement, support and recognition, encourages our people to thrive and develop both personally and professionally into the future.
Continuous learning and development for all
National Foods is built on a learning culture. Our company provides the nourishment to help our people cultivate professional development, embarking on challenging work with real rewards and recognition. We are intentional in investing in skills developments and driving career paths for the future.
Rewards and recognition through results
We are driven by performance and results, consistently appreciating and recognising our peoples’ achievements through monetary incentives and rewards. This drives our people to reach their full potential.
Purpose and belonging
We are bound by the common purpose of feeding and nourishing the nation. Each person has a clear understanding of how they contribute to and impact our organisational goals and vision. This drives a sense of belonging, purpose and success for all our people within their respective avenues.
Wellbeing and care
We look after the physical and mental welfare of our people, ensuring a safe and stable work environment comprised of happy and thriving employees.
Reputable and professional
National Foods is a well-renowned company, listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange and generally regarded as a professional, dependable company that nurtures both its employees and the people of Zimbabwe.
“National Foods has a performance-based culture; it focuses on ensuring that people are effective in their roles. It encourages people to perform optimally. NFL takes time to develop employees until they are high performers; this creates first class employees and first-class citizens for a better Zimbabwe. Hard work and dedication are rewarded.”
– Arthur Bobo, Management Trainee, Supply Chain and Operations