Courtesy of Good Food Jobs


For conscious food lovers looking to share the work day with those equally vested in sustainable foods, Good Food Jobs has arrived. The site is the brainchild of two Cornell grads Taylor Cocalis and Dorothy Neagle who spents six years working on the project. Good Food Jobs connects the foodies of the world to purposeful work in the food industry.

From farmers to food artisans, policy makers and purveyors, retailers and restaurateurs, economists, and ecologists, all jobs are connected to food. Job categories include agriculture, business, culinary, design, education, media, production, and non-profit, according to the site. And for those looking to read up on the industry as a whole, the site includes a blog that profiles interesting and influential people within small food.

Find a job, post a job, or read the blog. No matter whether you want to be a butcher in Buffalo, an artisan cheese maker in New York, or a bread maker in Michigan, this is the site for you.

Why work in small food? Watch this Good Food video:

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Via: Good Food Jobs

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