Company behind Nutella hiring 60 taste testers - no experience necessary

Nutella maker Ferrero looking for taste testers to work in Italy, reports say

Dream Job: Italy's Nutella maker seeks 60 taste testers - no experience necessary

- There is a job listing that is flawless for Nutella fans. It's so popular that USA discount warehouse club chain Costco started offering its own version this year.

According to The Local, it's the first time the company is specifically looking for non-professionals.

Job site "Open-Job-Metis" posted the ad for the Italian company.

A picture taken on January 8, 2014 shows a pot of Italian hazelnut and cocoa spread "Nutella" on a breakfast table in Inzell, Germany. The job is located in Italy's northwest Piedmont region. That's the area famed for its white truffles, not to mention Barolos, Barbarescos and other fine wines.

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So, put down your personalised Nutella jar and find out how you could be gulping down the stuff and getting paid for it.

Travel + Leisure explains select candidates would be picked to work on a long-term basis for two days every week for two hours when the training program wraps up.

Once the training is complete, 40 people will be selected by Ferrero to join two tasting panels, where they will live out the dream of eating Nutella for money in Italy. The only requirements are that tasters have no food allergies and be able to use a computer, reports The Local, an English-language outlet based in Italy.

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