Burtons Biscuits
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About us
We are the home of Jammie Dodgers, Paterson Shortbread, Maryland Cookies and Wagon Wheels to name just a few! We are incredibly lucky to work in the world of making delicious biscuits!

Burton’s Biscuits are owned by a Private Equity Owned business Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP or Teachers for short) and form part of their $191.1 B Net Assets
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Our Vision is to have a shared Pride and Passion for baking sensational biscuits and snacks that delight our consumers, shoppers and our customers.


Along with having amazing brands, we have secured long term agreements to allow us to manufacture a number of sweet & savoury snacks across Mars, Cathedral City & Marmite branded products. We also have a number of key strategic partnerships within the Retailer Private Label sector.


In order to ensure we can continue to make fantastic biscuits, and to help us on this amazing journey, we are proud to announce that in 2019 we completed the acquisition of a premium sweet and savoury biscuit manufacturer Thomas Fudge’s, also in 2019 we acquired Scottish bakers Paterson Arran. This increases our baking capabilities across a number of new sweet and savoury categories.


As a result, we now have 6 bakery sites across the UK, located in Blackpool, Livingston, Edinburgh, Dorset, Isle of Arran and Llantarnam, with our head office in St Albans. In total we employ circa 2,000 people around across our locations.
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What is it like to work at Burtons Biscuits?

2.9
Work/Life Balance
3.2
Salary/Benefits
2.7
Job Security/Advancement
2.6
Management
3.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Burtons Biscuits?

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39%
of employees approve of Nick Field’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 23 ratings
3.0
good people
Written by Machine Operator (Former Employee) from Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh on 10 May 2019
Great people to work with but management could treat them better. not bad hours although sometimes shifts can feel longer if the machines break but overall its good.
Pros
cheap busciuts
Cons
management expect to much
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What jobs are available at Burtons Biscuits?

Top work locations
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Cwmbran
3.2
Blackpool
3.1
Edinburgh
Most popular roles
4.0
Factory Worker
3.6
Warehouse Worker
3.3
Packer
3.0
Production Associate
2.1
Machine Operator

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What did candidates say about the interview at Burtons Biscuits?

Interview experience
Based on 37 interviews
Average
Interview difficulty
Based on 37 interviews
Easy
Interview process length
Based on 36 interviews
About a day or two
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