The first and only food engineering degree in the UK is now available at Sheffield Hallam University and will be open in September 2013 for applications for autumn 2014 entry.
A robot that can move and pack a whopping 150 chocolate bars a minute will be amongst the bumper load of exciting food engineering activities on offer on the Taste Success / Nestlé stand at this year’s Big Bang Fair at London ExCel (14-17 March).
John (18) works as an apprentice maintenance engineer at KP Snacks in Teeside. KP Snacks is the maker of such favourites as Hula Hoops, KP Nuts, Nik Naks and Skips. We interviewed him about his job.
Apprenticeships are very important to food and drink manufacturers. They are a great way to get into the industry and many employers consider them to be a great way of attracting talent to their business.
Taste Success is incredibly excited to be exhibiting at Skills London 2012!
Have you voted for your sexiest food on our FaceBook page yet? If not, then there's still time to have your say on what should be the UK's sexiest food.
If you live in or around the Watford area, then why not pop along to see us at the Your Future Fair on 8 October?
According to a poll conducted by the Royal Society Fellows – a collection of the UK’s leading scientists - the fridge, pasteurised milk and the tin can are the three most significant inventions in the history of food and drink.
Calling all foodies wondering what to do with their A-Level results! Why not consider a career working with some of the world’s most loved food and drink brands? Food and drink is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector and has got lots to offer!
The summer holidays can be an incredibly nerve-wracking time for anyone waiting for their A-level results. No matter how well or badly you think you’ve done, you never really know until you see those results for yourself on results day.
The long summer holidays are here at last - hooray! If you’re stuck for something to do and fancy feeding your curiosity about food and drink manufacturing, then why not head off to the Make it in Great Britain exhibition?
A revolutionary new degree in food and drink engineering is currently in development and will first candidates will are expected to start the course in September 2014.
Think food and drink manufacturing is all conveyor belts, overalls, wellies and hairnets? Well, think again, the UK food and drink manufacturing sector is both exciting and innovative.
Not sure about the uni route? Worried about how you’ll pay to get a degree? Why not consider doing an apprenticeship in the food and drink industry?
This summer, nearly 1,250 people will get to see behind the scenes of food and drink factories all across the UK as part of 'See Inside Manufacturing'.
Food and drink makers are looking for a university to help them create a specialist engineering degree to assist new recruits in getting the skills needed to work in engineering roles in the sector.
UK food and drink industry is very keen to celebrate its next generation of leaders, so it’s looking for this year’s Food and Drink Federation Apprentice of the Year.
Love the idea of coming up with new flavours of bubble-gum, or perfecting the art of the biscuit?
Everyone's mad about food. But it can't get from raw ingredients into some of our coolest and best loved brands without your help!
What images do you think of when you hear about jobs in the food and drink manufacturing sector?