The new Food Matters Careers hub and student zone is here to help students and future talent like yourself to get ahead in the food, drink and nutrition industry. Attend our careers events to network with potential future employers. Listen to our podcasts on-the-go and watch our video case studies to learn and gain insights from industry leaders who are changing the future of food, drink and nutrition.
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This podcast gives you an insight into why a career in nutrition is so rewarding.
Guests: Moira Howie, Health and Nutrition Manager, Waitrose, and Claire Baseley, Registered Nutritionist and Nutrition Consultant.
What can the food industry do to attract future talent into the sector?
Guests: Helen McNair, Technical Director, Lionel Hitchin, and Jacinta George, Managing Director, Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL).
How can industry and academia can work together to plug the food skills shortage?
Guests: Moira Stalker, Food and Drink Federation Scotland, Emma Weston, Associate Professor in Food Sciences and more.
Cian Short, Early Career Manager, Bakkavor, looks after the apprentice scheme personally and explains how it works to help create future stars for the company.
Nicole Zube, HR director, European Supply Chain + I&D Kellogg, explains the apprenticeship programmes available at Kellogg and how they are defining the future.
What skills do you need to succeed in the food industry? To find out more, listen to our video interview with Phil McNaughton, Company Environment Manager, British Sugar.
Feliks Bezati, Leader of the Global Packaging Agenda, Mars explains how you can balance environmental concerns and improve sustainability with a career in packaging.
Per Rehne, CEO, Clasado Biosciences shares insights on working in the constantly evolving food industry and gives his advice on how to land your perfect job.
Moria Howie, Nutrition Health Manager, Waitrose, explains the wealth of career opportunities available at Waitrose, from working in food science to customer insights.