Job cuts in the food and drink industry – in pictures

More than 2,000 planned job cuts in the food industry have been reported since the beginning of this year

More than 2,000 job cuts have been proposed in the food manufacturing industry since the beginning of this year. 

We capture the main job losses – in photographs – as reported by this website.

Bernard Matthews revealed plans to axe 150 jobs at its site in Norfolk, while the closure of Müller’s north east London factory would lead to the loss of 300 jobs. 

Also featured in this gallery are job cuts by McCain Foods, Tesco and Waitrose. To find out more about these proposed job cuts, click the next image in our gallery.

Looking for the next step in your food and drink manufacturing career? Check FoodManJobs for the latest jobs available in the industry.

Meanwhile, Costello’s Bakery has bucked the trend by creating 10 new jobs at its new £150,000 production facility in North Yorkshire.

Look out for our gallery of jobs created in the food and drink industry later this week, on

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