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From production to processing to our plates, careers in the food and beverage industry account for 1 in 5 jobs nationally, and 1 in 10 of jobs in Wisconsin.

The Milwaukee Region has the nation's highest concentration of food industry talent and the third highest concentration of food scientists.

The industry offers career paths that fulfill dreams and feed the world, from food nutrition, quality, production and safety to management, marketing and product development.

In addition to Milwaukee Region's remarkable dining scene – and its renowned beer, brats and cheese - we are on the forefront of urban agriculture and food ingredient manufacturing and a world leader in organic production and pro-biotics.

With thriving local artisans, processors and headquarter operations of 13 global food companies, the future for a food and beverage career is boundless and here to stay.


Experience can start early. Working on the farm, flipping burgers or waiting tables can lead to life-long careers in the industry. Knowledge building can start early as well, like learning where your food comes from, and it builds from there with training and education. Start your pathway today!

  • View the positions available in the industry on FaB's Job Board; its free!

  • Check out the industry pathways offered by our area technical colleges. From farm to factory to fork, you can start to advance your skills and knowledge in pursuit of a life-long career in the food and beverage industry. Milwaukee Area Technical College is offering new Food Technology programsFaB employers worked hand-in-hand to develop these programs and are looking to hire its graduates.

  • Take a look at FaB's Career Pathways brochure. Learn which skills and what kind of education you'll need for your dream job in the industry...from farm to factory to fork (and everywhere in between).


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