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Help wanted: Nutella tasters, lack of experience a plus

The two-day-a-week job requires "sensory judges" to taste the ingredients that go into Nutella and Ferrero Rocher spreads, including cocoa and hazelnut. (Source: Pixabay) The two-day-a-week job requires "sensory judges" to taste the ingredients that go into Nutella and Ferrero Rocher spreads, including cocoa and hazelnut. (Source: Pixabay)

ALBA, Italy (RNN) - Do you have a notion to fly across the ocean? The company that manufactures Nutella is hiring.

Ferrero is looking for amateur taste-testers, all paid, contract positions. 

The two-day-a-week job requires "sensory judges" to taste the ingredients that go into Nutella and Ferrero Rocher spreads, including cocoa and hazelnut, The Local reported.

Candidates must be everyday consumers and shouldn't have experience with the "science of taste."

Tasters mustn't have allergies and must have basic computer skills.

The 60 candidates chosen will undergo three months of training to become professionals, after which 20 tasters will be selected with an opportunity to be hired for permanent positions with the company.

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