ABF Grocery Graduates

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ABF Grocery Graduates

Our Schemes

Are you ambitious and career focused? Are you looking to develop your leadership skills at an accelerated rate? Does the idea of working in the face-paced, high intensity food industry interest you? Then a graduate scheme with ABF could be the perfect fit for you!

What are we looking for?

Every year we recruit 20-25 ambitious graduates to join the eight diverse businesses that make up ABF Grocery Group: AB World Foods, Allied Milling and Baking, Jordans, Dorset & Ryvita, AB Sports Nutrition, Silver Spoon, Speedibake, Twinings and Westmill.

At ABF, we tailor our graduate schemes for each function, ensuring you develop the personalised skills and knowledge required for your future career with us. This means that each scheme varies in length and format, so you may stay in one business for your whole programme or have the opportunity to move to another one after your first year.

Developing our people is engrained in the culture of ABF. So, whatever your scheme, you will have access to regular coaching and feedback from your line manager, structured core management and functional training, along with a personal mentor throughout the scheme. We know the learning never stops, so on scheme and as a part of your ongoing career with us we ensure that your development journey continues.

We want to give you the visibility, responsibility and support to grow and accelerate your career with us. Why don’t you delve into the scheme pages to find out more information about our programmes.

What our grads say

No two ABF graduate schemes are the same, I think that is something that is so unique and rewarding about being a graduate at ABF. My journey has taken me from procurement, to manufacturing and I even spent 9 months working on our Brexit contingency planning! I've learned a massive amount during my time in ABF and have developed both personally and professionally.

Colin

I had completed some great summer internships during my summers and spent three fantastic years studying Philosophy at the University of York, and I was ready for a new challenge in the world of work. I knew I wanted to join the FMCG industry- an exciting and fast-paced industry.

Lizzie

After completing my degree in Chemical Engineering, I joined the ABF Grocery Engineering graduate scheme in 2015. The 3 main reasons behind me applying to ABF were: the variety of businesses and roles, the commitment to grads post-scheme and most importantly my love of food!

Sagar