Food and drinks jobs created in 2017 – in pictures

Food and drink supply chain firms have planned to create more than 5,000 jobs so far this year

Food and drink supply chain firms have revealed plans to create more than 5,000 jobs since the beginning of this year, as reported by this website.

This photogallery features jobs planned to be created by 2 Sisters Food Group, Moy Park and online shopping giant Amazon. Also featured are ingredients manufacturer BD Foods, BV Dairy and ABP Beef.

To find out more about the jobs created in the food and drink industry, click on the next slide in our photogallery.

If you are looking for the next step in your food and drink career, check out FoodManJobs for the latest jobs in the industry.

Meanwhile, click here to view our gallery of planned job cuts in the food and drink industry, as reported on this website.

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