The largest meat producer in Switzerland began as a small butcher's shop opened by Samuel Bell in Basel in 1869. Today, Bell Food Group is one of the leading meat processors in Europe and also one of the best-loved food brands in Switzerland. Some 9,500 employees (status: July 2017) work for our company in Switzerland, Germany and other European countries. They ensure that the wide range of fresh meat, poultry, charcuterie, seafood and convenience foods appears fresh on our tables every day.
The Bell Food Group operates internationally from several locations and is one of the major employers in many regions.
Your training in Switzerland
Whether you are interested in becoming a site foreman, a business IT specialist, a meat specialist, a food technologist or a logistics expert - at Bell Food Group you have at least 15 different training paths to choose from. You will find detailed information on the career profiles and the apprenticeships currently available here.
If you complete your apprenticeship at Bell Food Group, you will be given professional training. And because we would like to offer you that little bit more, you can also look forward to the following:
Your training in Germany
Whether plant manager, business administrator, mechatronic specialist, food technology engineer or industrial manager – the Bell Food Group offers you training in no less than 15 different professions. Here you can find detailed profiles of the different professions and information on the current training positions available in Germany.
If you do your apprenticeship with the Bell Food Group, you can be sure that you will receive professional training. And because we like to offer you something more, you can also look forward to the following: