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Be the cream, not the milk…

Who doesn’t love food? Satisfying taste buds and making people happy with your culinary skills is just one of the reasons that working in food manufacture is so rewarding. It’s a fast-paced, unforgiving and high-pressure industry. But it’s also a profession where you can go far with consistent effort and quality, which tends to be recognised and rewarded. As they say, the cream always rises to the top.  

Why choose Cordant People?

Just like every top chef has their own signature style, every professional has their own career likes, dislikes and ambitions. That’s why we take the time to get to know you before we begin recommending you for vacancies. We want to make sure the roles we find for you are roles you will love. It’s why some of the biggest names in the business come to us to fulfil their staffing requirements. Greggs, Kara Foods and Olive Catering are all on our client list. We also work with some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in the UK.

Sounds good?

Let’s get cooking. Send us your CV or pop in to your nearest local branch for a chat with one of our friendly consultants. Or browse our current food manufacture vacancies online.

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