My Food Job is The Grocer’s new online series profiling young people aged 25 and under in the UK food & drink industry. We want to shine a light on the fantastic talent coming through the ranks – and inspire others to consider a career in this exciting industry. Want to put yourself or a colleague forward? Please contact our online content assistant Maddie Maynard

My Food Job

wilf marriott islands chocolate

My food & drink job: Wilf Marriott, managing director, Islands Chocolate

Wilf talks chocolate, transparency and learning on the job

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My food & drink job: Matt Norton, business development executive, Visionary Food Solutions

Matt explains why ‘every day’s a school day’ when working in the food & drink industry

josh gooding musclefood

My food & drink job: Josh Gooding, NPD project manager, Musclefood

Josh says his passions for both food and boxing inspire him to create nutritional and great-tasting products

paris baker lo bros kombucha

My food & drink job: Paris Baker, national sales executive, Lo Bros

Even on the most manic days, it doesn’t feel like work if you love what you do, says Paris

heather byres school of wok

My food & drink job: Heather Byres, chef tutor, School of Wok

Heather talks us through her role as a cookery tutor and tells us what makes a happy kitchen

johnny durant nomad foods

My food & drink job: Johnny Durant, assistant product development manager, Nomad Foods

Product developer Johnny explains why his role is a ‘perfect marriage’ of his passions for food and science

charlie phillips snaffling pig

My food & drink job: Charlie Phillips, consumer champion, Snaffling Pig

People think working for a food company is easy, says Charlie, when in fact it’s all trial and error

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My food & drink job: Alex Reay, marketing executive, Joe & Seph's

Looking for a role in the food industry? Go for it, says Alex, but make sure you work for a brand with the same values as you

joanne ingham sambazon

My food & drink job: Joanne Ingham, marketing executive, Sambazon

Joanne explains why getting a job at an environmentally-concious brand was important to her

rory warnock bepps

My food & drink job: Rory Warnock, head of out of home and wholesale, BEPPS

A big misconception is that accounts are easy to win, says Rory. It’s all about proving why there is a demand for your product.

ben allchurch indie bay

My food & drink job: Ben Allchurch, sales manager, Indie Bay

Ben’s advice for getting into the food & drink industry? Hustle!

tom jordan jubel

My food & drink job: Tom Jordan, co-founder, Jubel

Tom’s move into the food & drink industry was an unconventional one. He talks us through quitting a city job to start a business from scratch

will cabedo brave

My food & drink job: Will Cabedo, sales executive, Brave

Will expains how getting out and about – and trading snacks – are the highlights of his role

abi nicholson rich products

My food & drink job: Abigail Nicholson, category marketing manager, Rich Products

Abigail tells us how her experience on a graduate scheme has proved invaluable to her role

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My food & drink job: Toby Fleming, sales executive, The Curators

Small start-ups are always looking for help, says Toby, so it’s worth taking a chance and sending some emails

orla weir ugly drinks

My food & drink job: Orla Weir, UK Brand & E-Commerce Manager, Ugly Drinks

Orla explains why you need to be driven, resilient and ambitious when working for a startup like Ugly

Kelsey McKechnie the balvenie apprentice malt master

My food & drink job: Kelsey McKechnie, The Balvenie apprentice malt master

Kelsey talks us through the passion and excitement involved in working for a family-owned company

calum walker vit hit

My food job: Calum Walker, commercial manager, VIT HIT

Calum believes being resilient and educating yourself on the industry are key to success in food & drink

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My food & drink job: Geetika Obhrai, sales and operations executive, Nix & Kix

Geetika tells us why showing your personality and asking questions will help you to land the right role

catherine burrows gousto

My food & drink job: Catherine Burrows, data scientist, Gousto

Catherine explains how people with different skills and backgrounds can find a role to suit them in the industry

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