Meat Business Women


One part of our industry that faces many daily challenges – and receives particularly poor press – is the Meat Production and Processing sector. To support the transformation and sustainability of the global Meat Supply Chain, Meat Business Women puts a heavy focus on Meat Production and Processing across every protein and discipline.

It may face some of the industry’s most significant challenges, but the Processing sector also offers some of the biggest innovation opportunities. Our Global Meat Business Women membership is supported by some of the largest, most forward-thinking organisations in the world. Whether they’re advocating membership to their employees, taking part in our interactive webinars, organising conferences, or contributing to our mentoring platform, each of them plays their part.

Group Supply Chain Assurance Technologist Debs gives...

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Divisional Technical Director Katie gives us a glimpse...

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We asked seven apprentices working across the meat and...

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Episode 5 of our behind-the-scenes videos Spotlight...

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Series 4 of our behind-the-scenes...

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Series 2 of our behind-the-scenes...

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Miranda Walker, Group HR Director at Cranswick Group...

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Why Join Meat Business Women

Become a part of the Global Meat Business Women movement. Learn from industry leaders, peers, and development experts through monthly interactive webinars. You’ll also be able to access and contribute to best practice guides, developmental resources, and other industry documentation. Support and you will be supported. Our global mentoring platform allows you to join the network of progressive women driving one another throughout our industry.

Our Story

Our network was created to improve the sustainability of the meat industry, which faces external pressures in terms of its image and internal challenges from historical bias. Meat Business Women is a progressive global network for professional women working in the meat industry.

“Meat Business Women is a hugely important forum and women are under-invested in our sector”

Adam Couch, CEO

Cranswick PLC