Posted: Tue 31st Mar 2020

Kellogg’s recruiting at Wrexham factory to help meet increased demand for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Mar 31st, 2020

Kellogg’s is urgently looking for additional fixed term team members at the Wrexham factory.

The company says it is recruiting to help increase production and get more products such as Special K, Bran Flakes and Krave into UK shops as demand increases.

Anyone experienced in food manufacturing operations or with transferable technical skills are being asked to jump on the Kellogg Careers Website and apply.

Sam Bistiaux, site leader at Kellogg’s Wrexham factory, said: “At this time, our focus is on making all the food we can to help feed Britain.

“We have an amazingly dedicated team here at our Wrexham factory who are doing a fantastic job keeping things going. But as demand increases, so does our need for great people.

“That’s why I’d ask anyone with the right skills and a great attitude to get in contact with us so we can talk to them about a fixed term role supporting operations.”

Kellogg’s says it is ensuring that all surplus food is being donated to charities like Fareshare to be redistributed for those most in need through community centres such as foodbanks, elderly charities and soup kitchens.

In the last week alone, the company has sent three articulated lorry loads of foods to feeding charities. It is also supporting breakfast clubs which are open in the schools committed to caring for the children of key workers, including those in the NHS.

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