a meat packer
Among the six women employed in wage jobs who were not working as domestic servants there was a cleaner, a clerk, a salesperson, a packer , a tea person, and a gardener.
On the other hand, his reputation as a ‘labour man’ is also unfounded: although he was a meat packer for seven years, he was never active in the union movement as a politician.
A splash of light illuminates fecal contamination too small to be detected by eye on a beef carcass as it moves down the production line, immediately alerting the meat packer to a potential problem.
All parachute packers were informed that they would be ordered occasionally to jump from a plane to test their own work.
It's a spider, that's their natural habitat and I'm sure packers and growers all try to prevent spiders from being incorporated into their food product.
Each year, however, they issue farmers and food packers with lengthy specifications for each of the fresh fruit and vegetables they want supplied.
One morning in November, for instance, one belt was moving meat too quickly for packers to keep up.
Producers not linked to packers through contracts find it difficult to sell their hogs.
But the bulk of new jobs will be pickers and packers at the website's warehouse in Osbaldwick Link Road, plus a website editor, and administration and call centre staff.