Calling all chocolate-lovers! Cadbury’s parent company is hiring chocolate tasters

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And the good news is, not only is it a legit job, but Mondelez International - the parent company of Cadbury, Milka and Oreo - is now recruiting.

Unfortunately the job isn't a full time role - although your waistline might thank you for that, as the company advertises £10.75 per hour for up to eight hours work a week. According to its website, the company is looking for chocolate tasters to help flawless and launch a new product across the globe.

Afsha Chugtai, who is tasked with choosing new chocolate tasters, added: "People like Tracy are vital to our business as they help us develop the best possible product for chocolate lovers".

This is your chance to finally live the dream of being paid to eat chocolate.

Successful applicants will work as part of a 12 strong team in Wokingham in Berkshire.

Successful applicants will work alongside a team of 11 other tasters and a panel leader, sharing opinions and collaborating with others to reach an agreement.

Tasters are expected to test the product and provide feedback.

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As for the job requirements, you would need "a passion for confectionary and taste buds for detection".

And finally main responsibilities include raising questions and concerns when faced with an ethical or compliance issue.

Honesty when it comes to giving an opinion.

A firm grasp of the English language.

But while they're accepting applications until March 8, don't be surprised if you don't hear back from the company.

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