The move is part of the Special K, Coco Pops and Corn Flakes maker’s drive to become a more inclusive employer: recognising that a university degree doesn’t always have a correlation to the contribution that someone can make within a role.
Scottish Bakers recently hosted Mairi Gougeon MSP, Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and Islands, to discuss the most pressing issues impacting the sector, and has inducted Andrew Chisholm, Chloe Milne and Shirley Simson to its board to help...
How is the food industry stacked up for 2023? Will the inflationary environment cripple the sector? Is supply chain back up and running or will we still see shortages? What is trending and what will hit shelves?
A new report by the Open University Business School reveals the number of small bakery businesses in the UK has increased in recent years, rising to the COVID challenge, but now facing an uncertain future.
Shareholders of the craft bakery sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland can access facilities from expert advice on HR, health and food safety to discounted online training on the Craft Bakers Association’s new website.
National Food and Drink Training (NFDT) – the training arm of Scottish Bakers – has been accredited to the matrix Standard, which recognises the quality of its apprenticeship programmes and skills courses to meet the needs of an increasingly complex landscape.