The Origin of F&N The F&N story begins in 1883 when two Englishmen, John Fraser and David Chalmers Neave, formed the Singapore & Straits Aerated Water Company that manufactured carbonated soft-drink products. To many in the region, F&N is now a proud household name, trusted for its quality and spirit of innovation.
The First F&N Ice cream Rapid business growth in the 1900s made it possible for F&N to grow and diversify in business. In 1974, F&N launched its very first ice cream product under the MEADOW GOLD Flagship Brand. Its success and popularity led to the launch of F&N Ice-cream business in 1977.
The Birth of F&N United Thailand To cater to the expanding demand and ever changing market landscape in the region, F&N United Thailand was established in 1999 as the regional centre for product research and development.
Expanding Through the Years Following the acquisition of King’s Creameries in December 2010, F&N Creameries was set up in 2011 to integrate and consolidate the management and operations of the Group’s ice-cream business across Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
Today, F&N Creameries continues its commitment to offer pure enjoyment and pure goodness through its portfolio of ice-cream brands, including all-time favourites, MAGNOLIA and MEADOW GOLD, the iconic KING’S ice cream and the JWEL Empire ice cream.