March 2019

  Monthly archive
food science and technology careers

Craig Duckham looks at opportunities provided by learned societies and professional bodies for supporting early careers in food science and technology.

One thing that we often overlook when setting out on a career in food science is the support available to help navigate the opportunities and pitfalls that lie ahead.

Learned societies and professional bodies

food science and technology careers

Andy Gray, Training Manager at Proseal UK, a manufacturer of tray sealing solutions for the food industry, discusses Proseal’s state-of-theart apprenticeship scheme and the benefits it provides for both the company and the young participants.

Whether or not the Government sticks to its previously announced target of creating three million apprenticeships by 2020, most would agree that apprentice schemes are vital to the future of British industry and creating the next generation of engineers and technicians.

The New York Bagel: a myth or reality

The New York Bagel: A myth or reality

Bagels seem to have become synonymous with New York with several food writers hypothesising about what makes this bread special.



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