This job ad could bring a sweet relief to Nutella fans
The spread is made by Ferrero – who hires 60 "sensory judges" to taste part-time groceries at his head office in Alba, Italy, reported the Local last month.
The job advertisement published in Italian says Ferrero's research company Soremartec Italia Srl is looking for people who like "how to taste cocoa, hazelnut and other semi-sweet products."
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The new employees completed a three-month training program designed to develop their taste and smell, with only 40 people on two tasting boards be, explains The Local.
Those who are interested do not need previous experience, as the Italian company is looking for "normal consumers" according to the news agency.
Other requirements include knowing how to operate a computer and not being allergic to anything.
The job would not take much of the workweek.
Travel + Leisure declares that selected candidates will be selected for a period of two hours per week on two days when the training program is completed.