Traceability, Not Just a Buzzword

I think we all understand the basic fundamentals of food traceability. In its most generic term, traceability is defined as: The ability to track any food through all stages of production, processing and distribution (including Read More …

Job-Hopping is a Great Idea!

A decade of recruitment in the Food & Beverage industry qualifies me to say that if you have less than a year maybe two of employment at one company–employers see a red flag. Work experience and education Read More …

Clean Label Development: A Young Product Developer’s Take…

Both Jaime Reeves and Sherrill Cropper talk about Clean Label and Non-GMO and how it can difficult be to formulate and source ingredients. Dr. Reeves and Dr. Cropper also have Ph.D’s, which means that their Read More …

How To Attract Millennials

Almost half the workforce will be Millennials or Gen Y by 2020 and combined, this generation have the largest spending power.  If you take a look at your current workforce, how many millennials are on Read More …

The Reason Small Companies Work For Grads!

Should you be looking at large companies with hundreds of employees and a well known brand or are there benefits to working at a smaller organization when you’ve just graduated? Last year we published an Read More …

Explaining Co-ops, Internships (& Mini-Internships)

There are a lot of ideas about what the terms co-op and internship mean. I asked Lauren Starr from Western University to explain.  Here’s an over view of what Lauren has learned in her her Read More …

Student Blogs: Food & Beverage

There is a need for qualified and skilled workers for all occupations in all sectors of the Food & Beverage Industry.  By 2050 the global population will be 9.6 Billion, that’s a lot of mouths Read More …