Year of Founding1865
Gender Breakdown35 %65 %
Average Age42 years old
Un modèle attentif aux hommes, profitable pour tous les acteurs et les communautés où nous sommes implantés et avec toujours à cœur de protéger la planète. C’est le modèle d’entreprise engagée, responsable et rentable à la fois que nous construisons.
Bel is a major player in healthy, dairy and fruit snacking. It’s even a rench-family owned company founded in 1865 in France’s Jura region, with three key values: Dare, Care, Commit.
With a portfolio of iconic and global brands such as The Laughing Cow®, Kiri®, Mini Babybel®, Leerdammer®, Boursin®, Pom'Potes and GoGo squeeZ, as well as twenty other local brands, Bel brings the dairy and fruit products goodness to nearly 400 million consumers every year in more than 130 countries.
Its mission - “Champion healthier and responsible food for all” - guides its 12,600 employees in rolling out a sustainable and profitable business model that places the consumer and shared valued creation at the heart of its decisions.
Above expertise, Bel is looking for curious, committed and entrepreneurial profiles !
A mindset, this is what makes a difference at Bel: the organization is interested in candidates who know how to think out of the box in order to launch new projects, who have team spirit through a sharing and development perspective. At the top of everything, Bel is looking for people who are keen on investing themselves and their skills in a responsible environment to make Bel’s brands shine worldwide.
Several job opportunities are available at the Headquarter and in Bel’s subsidiaries !
Everytime we take a picture, everyone says “Cheese” ! Jules Bel, who founded the company, may have invented this catch phrase and made smiling pictures !
In France, 3000 collaborators work at Bel at the Headquarter, in our salesforce and in our 7 factories.
Le Fromage de Margot® was born in 24 months. Its motto: good, organic and committed, this new brand supports out milk providers: for one bought product, 5 cts are donated to APBO’s organic conversion (Association des Producteurs Bel Ouest).