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What is Feeding Britain’s Future?

IGD’s Feeding Britain’s Future programme brings together industry volunteers to inspire the next generation, by providing insight into the variety of roles within the food and grocery sector, along with training in the skills needed to succeed in the world of work.

In total, Feeding Britain’s Future helped 17,000 people in 2016 – from unemployed 18-24 year olds to students exploring their options at school. We can’t do this alone; over 2,000 volunteers from nearly 300 food and grocery companies have supported our two main programmes, the Schools Programme and Skills for Work Month.  


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Feeding Britain's Future 2016

In 2016, our Feeding Britain’s Future initiative helped 17,000 people, from unemployed 18-24 year...

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Skills for Work Month 2016 highlights

Skills for Work Month 2016 has now concluded. Thank you to all the companies across the food and grocery industry who have taken part!

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Food and grocery companies host 600 workshops

Food and grocery companies from across our industry came together for four weeks in September and October to provide young unemployed people insights into the food and grocery industry and...