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Ever wondered how they put the swirls on a snickers bars? How many maltesers get wrapped per minute? And how DO they make microwavable rice? Find out the answers to all your questions and see how engineers get involved at Mars – the second largest family owned business in the world. An exciting presentation, explaining the journey of how some of the nations favourite brands end up in the supermarkets and showing the variety of challenging roles engineers take on. For the first time ever, Mars is offering summer placements to Engineering students. Come along, find out more and see if you could Make it with Mars.

Des Nightingale is Technical Manager (thus in charge of all Engineering, Maintenance and factory Operators) at our King’s Lynn plant, where we produce our Uncle Ben’s and Dolmio products

Aseer Akhter is in his second year on the graduate program working in Slough at our chocolate factory.

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