FIE 2019 – Foodjob Nordic

Currently we have 10 positions

  • Company: Anonymous

    Key Account Manager – Food Ingredients

    Foodjob Nordic is now looking to recruit an outstanding Key Account Manager to join a market leading food ingredients company. The role will focus on sales to key new customers in the Global Food Industry.

  • Company: Dragsbæk

    Teknisk bager til Dragsbæk

    Vil du bruge din omfattende bagerierfaring til at udvikle løsninger til bageri- og industrikunder internationalt ? Vi søger en erfaren fagperson til teamet af tekniske bagere/udviklere hos Dragsbæk i Thisted.

  • Company: Anonymous

    CCO – Food Ingredients

    Foodjob Nordic is looking for a strong commercial professional for an attractive CCO role.

  • Company: Danish Crown

    Global Senior Category Manager Slowcooked Foods

    The Global Senior Category Manager position at Danish Crown Foods will lead developments and drive strong global growth and innovation in the Slowcooked category in the Danish Crown Foods European Marketing and Innovation Business Unit.

  • Company: KMC a.m.b.a.

    Application Specialist – Food Ingredients

    Foodjob Nordic is looking for a technically sound and experienced food industry profession for an exciting Application Specialist role on behalf of KMC A.m.b.a.

Input from the World of Food Ingredients

The global market for food ingredients is currently undergoing a lot of changes, where an increased industry and consumer awareness on sourcing, processing, plant based/animal based raw materials, sustainability and technical competences of the ingredients suppliers are impacting companies at an all-time high. These trends and developments are not by any means new but have accelerated through the past few years to a degree, where they are present all over the largest industry fair and not just as a small niche as years past. After spending two days walking and talking with key stakeholders, we can truly say that what used to be alternatives are now turning into the mainstream: plant based, health awareness, sustainable sourcing, clean label, just to name a few.

This years’ fair looks to be impacted heavily by an industrial strike, but nevertheless it feels clear that the way we must act as recruiters and consumers to decode the ingredients and process behind the brands is undergoing a lot of change. We need to sell the story about ingredients in new ways, not just focusing on size, values, scale and organization, but also the entire sourcing chain and impact on the world, which is an interesting approach for us to adopt. That is what we are also taking home from this years’ fair. And then of course a lot of industry gossip and rumors, that we will not share here.