Welcome to SERAC

With its head office in Fourways, Johannesburg Serac has become a significant manufacturer and supplier of foodstuffs to both the military and the private sector in Southern Africa. 

Serac is a leading manufacturer and packer of ration pack items and specialises in soups, porridge, beverages, condiments, ready to eat meals and utility items. Serac also assembles packs to client requirements.

Serac has also developed a number of brands which are marketed to the wholesale sector and these include powdered beverages, baking ingredients, household  chemicals and soup powders. Serac brands are trusted by consumers in different countries and offer affordable quality items.

SERAC MRE Ration Packs

SERAC MRE Ration Packs

    Wholesale Africa's Largest Manufacturer and Assembler of MRE and Tinned Ration Packs.

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SERAC Outdoor Cuisine

SERAC Outdoor Cuisine

Retail Outlet- Ration Pack items, Nutritional Products for the Retail Market. Camping Food, Adventure Food, Hiking Meals and Ration Packs

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SERAC Nutritional Products (SNP)

SERAC Nutritional Products (SNP)

Manufacturing - Powdered Beverages, Instant Yeast, Instant Porridge, Isotonic Sports Drinks and Nutritional Shakes.

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OutDoor Cuisine

SERAC Outdoor Cuisine is our Online Retail Store experience for customers to purchase individual MRE’s (ready to eat meals), ration packs, heaters and a large range of utilities. 

Ideal accompaniments for the outdoor enthusiast.


Serac USA

  • New Jersey

  • C Viljoen Randolph

United Kingdom and Europe

  • SERAC MRE LTD 3/16 Grassington Road. Eastbourne, Sussex, BN20 7BP, UK

  • Stephen Weir

Middle East and ASIA

  • Aquerre GT LLC
    501 Capricorn Tower, Dubai, UAE

  • Rani Z. Khoury
  • +971 4 337 0707

  • +971 50 841 0713 or +9627 7 5111112

South America


Local Office

Serac Nutritional Products (Pty) Ltd

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  • Suite 461, Postnet Rivonia, X033, Rivonia, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2128

  • +27 10 443 7800

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A company and its director, accused of giving expired food to the military during the lockdown, have been cleared of any wrongdoing after the charges were withdrawn. National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Lumka Mahanjana confirmed to TimesLIVE that the charges were withdrawn “as there was insufficient evidence for successful prosecution”.

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