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Food Production

Feeding Future Generations

Innovations that Nourish the Planet

The Food industry is at a challenging crossroads. Growing populations are driving up both food demands and prices, while the rise of conscious eaters is forcing producers to consider their waste and food footprint. 

Emerging food technology trends position sustainability as one of the driving forces behind innovation. Food manufacturers worldwide are increasingly focusing on technologies that minimise the consumption of energy, water, and land use while at the same time optimising crops and production chains. The innovative projects our clients are working on are some of the most ambitious that have ever been attempted and require the right products, talented specialists, and flexible teams to develop these unique solutions. 

With over 10 years’ experience in the Food industry and an extensive global network of specialists, we position our clients working across the entire Food production life cycle as industry leaders.

Contact us for Food Production specialists

  • 10+
    Years’ experience in Food Production
  • 4
    Expertise across 4 continents
  • 500+
    Active Food placements
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Our Areas of Expertise

  • Agriculture
  • Engineering and Maintenance
  • Food Safety and Quality Assurance
  • Health, Safety and Environmental
  • Procurement
  • Production, Plant and Operations
  • Regulatory and Labelling
  • R&D, Packaging, Process and Product Development
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Scientific and Laboratory
  • Supply Chain
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Warehousing and Distribution

The Brunel staff assigned to our account were highly professional, dedicated, hard-working, and engaged. They took time to understand our situation and requirements, which enabled them to deliver on our expectations.

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