To reflect the nature of many food businesses today, our qualifications cover the food supply chain.
Agriculture and farming are critical to providing a sustainable food source to both UK and export markets. The current focus is around sustainability, environmental issues, animal welfare and driving up food quality.
This part of the supply chain has never been more challenged by consumer and retailer demands. Therefore innovation, responsiveness and high levels of safety, hygiene and traceability are paramount.
The interface between product and consumer, this is a diverse area with increasing choice for demanding consumers. The internet continues to have a significant impact on all businesses.
This is a dynamic and fast moving industry where cost control is paramount. Automation in storage facilities is advancing rapidly and energy efficiency a major concern for transportation businesses.
We use FDQ’s food safety to ensure legislative compliance and high quality, safe food.
Richard Dilworth - Group Safety and Training Manager
There has been no change to the implementation arrangements for WATOK. Ministers are still considering some of the implications of the legislation.
Defra do not have a timescale for when the legislation may be coming into force.Read more
On Saturday 26th July, our Quality Coordinator, Yvette married her Fiance James at a stunning country hotel in Yorkshire.
Congratulations Yvette and James!
Yvette is taking some well earned holiday with her new husband this week. But will be back with us on 4th August, before she jets off on Honeymoon in September.
The Alliance for Bakery Students & Trainees (ABST) annual conference, held at Alton Towers, Staffordshire recently saw a number of FDQ centres achieving victory against tough competition.
FDQ centres and their Professional Bakery learners won a huge number of prized trophies and accolades, across a range of disciplines.