| WHERE IT`S COOL TO WORK
Like air to breathe, we
all need food and drink to survive. This means that the food and drink industry
will always be one of the world’s most important. As many as 3.5 million
people are estimated to be employed in the food and drink industry in Britain.
| RETAIL BUTCHER|
The work of a retail butcher involves cutting, de-boning, trimming, dicing and mincing meat to satisfy customers orders, in addition to handling cash, weighing and displaying products and serving the customer. Retail butchers may also manufacture a range of meat-based products such as sausages, burgers, pies and a range of ready to cook meals. - More...
| MEAT PROCESS WORKER|
A Meat Process Worker usually works in one of the areas below and, depending on circumstances, may carry out one or more of the activities listed. There is an increasing trend for meat processing activities to overlap, with most operations being carried out on one site, in a large meat plant. - More...
| WHOLESALE BUTCHER|
Wholesale butchers cut, bone, trim and pack meat for sale to retail and catering butchers, restaurants and hotels. They usually work in meat plants or depots. - More...
| ABATTOIR OPERATIVES|
Abattoir operatives work in abattoirs, preparing animal carcasses before they are passed on to butchers and meat process workers. - More...
| MEAT INSPECTOR|
The Meat Hygiene Service (MHS) is part of the Food Standards Agency and is an independent enforcement agency. Its principle objective is to ensure the hygienic production of meat and meat products while maintaining animal welfare at slaughter. - More...
| FOOD TECHNOLOGIST|
Food technologists aim to produce safe and nutritious food with a consistent flavour, colour, and texture. - More...
| ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER|
Environmental health officers (EHOs) use their specialist skills and knowledge to develop, co-ordinate, implement and enforce public health policies. - More...
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