About Cambridge Weight Plan

Cambridge Weight Plan has an incredibly compelling and impressive story to tell. Established in 1984, over the last ten years particularly it has grown substantially into a truly global business. Originally developed by biochemists and called the 'perfect diet' it has helped more than 25 million customers across the globe achieve their weight loss goals.

The journey started when the products were found to be successful in research conducted in the 1960s and 1970s on treating obese patients. Following some tweaking to improve the flavour, and much more research, the 'Cambridge Diet' was launched commercially in 1984.

Since 2005, this direct sales food manufacturing business has grown more than 400% and operates a distribution network in more than 30 countries.

In the UK there are more than 2800 Independent Consultants who sell the products and programmes directly to consumers. In 2009 following a major rebrand, 'Cambridge Diet' became 'Cambridge Weight Plan'. The company has won awards for food excellence, for being economically efficient, and also won the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2012.

This is of course, a very strong commercial business, however what binds the employees together is the culture. There is an undeniable set of values that guide and shape the business. These include pride, empathy, support and fun which makes this company truly unique. They celebrate success with their Consultants, slimmers and international distributors at an annual conference where, amongst other things, they announce a global 'International Slimmer of the Year'. This year 19 countries entered the competition.

Cambridge Weight Plan's success is achieved by empowering Consultants to run their own businesses who in turn help consumers to dramatically improve the quality of life, using real support to attain real results.

For more information on roles within this company please contact your Cambridge Weight Plan Account Manager

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