29th March 2018
The latest Britvic Soft Drinks Review has highlighted how the soft drinks category benefited from trends including health and premiumisation in 2017.
Sales of low and no sugar soft drinks added £104m sales to the category and 65% of people confirmed they would pay more for a premium product.
The trend of alcohol moderation continued to rise in the foodservice and licenced channel, with one in three consumers now moderating their alcohol intake and one in five teetotal.
Source: Pub and Bar
I have worked with James Constable over the past few months on several recruitment briefs for varied interim and permanent roles. It has been a pleasure to work with a recruitment consultant who has an excellent understanding of the food industry and the roles that we have been looking to fill. For senior level positions, James has conducted a thorough screening, including meeting the candidate face to face, and has therefore been able to provide an excellent shortlist. Some roles have also been urgent, due to an immediate requirement in the business, and James was able to prioritise and help source these roles, whilst not losing focus on the other briefs. I would wholeheartedly recommend James for an effective, efficient and friendly approach to recruitment. Many thanks!
Human Resources Manager
Leading Global Ambient Spices, Herbs, and Flavorings Manufacturer