Engineering, that's how! Are you interesting in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM)? Then getting a career in engineering in food and drink sectors could be for you!
Visiting Birmingham’s Big Bang Fair 16th-19th March for the fifth year in a row, some of the industry's biggest names will be showcasing their career opportunities and inviting various apprentices to share their experiences with engineers and scientists of tomorrow.
If you’re considering an apprenticeship as a gateway to a career in food and drink, industry charity GroceryAid is on hand to help by offering a free grant.
If you haven’t considered a career in food and drink yet, here are 10 reasons why you should
If you visited our stand at the recent Big Bang Science and Careers Fairs in Exeter and Liverpool, this is what you would have learned…
The first entrants onto the MEng Food Engineering course started in September 2014 and students are now on their first work placements in industry. One of these students is Blyth Mkonya who is on placement at Mondelez International.
If you’re interested in a career in engineering and love food and drink, we invite you to join us this weekend at Sheffield Hallam University
Industry engineers welcomed prospective students to the UK’s first MEng Food Engineering degree to give them a taste of working in the food and drink sector
Ever wondered how Monster Munch feet are made, or how they make Cadbury’s chocolate so shiny and tasty?
The UK’s food and drink manufacturing industry is innovative, exciting and offers great long-term career prospects. Food and drink manufacturers will for the fourth year be going to the Big Bang Fair – the UK’s largest celebration of science and engineering for young people
Young people within the food and drink industry share their thoughts on being apprentices in the UK's largest manufacturing sector.
We’ve created a fun and informative teacher pack to inspire the next generation of leaders.
Did you know that every 24 hours more than 400 million Cadbury dairy milk buttons are produced?
FDF's Taste Success careers campaign stand made the biggest bang ever at this year's Big Bang Fair (13–16 March) which attracted vast amounts of visitors including a plethora of students, teachers, careers advisors and parents who descended upon the NEC, Birmingham to learn more about STEM careers.
Did you have toast for your breakfast this morning or a sandwich for your lunch? If you did then you’ve enjoyed the result of one of the greatest mechanical engineering solutions used by the food manufacturers.
Food and drink manufacturers' degree – the MEng Food Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University, will be exhibiting at this year’s Skills London.
In September, a group of 20 lucky girls from Wakefield Girls School and Grange Technology College in Bradford got the chance to see behind the scenes at Coca-Cola Enterprise's (CCE) factory in Wakefield.
Believe it or not, the bubbles in chocolate bars are created by mechanical engineers.
Food and drink companies all across the UK will once again be opening their factory doors to young people to show them what it’s really like to work in manufacturing.
Fancy operating a robot that can move over 600 times a minute? Well now you can Taste Success has just launched the MunchBot app!