Maker Of Nutella Looking For Taste Testers

07 August, 2018, 05:22 | Author: Eric Barnett
  • Nutella fans assemble they need taste testers

Officially dubbed "sensory judges", the 60 new employees will work a couple of days a week starting in late September with three months of courses created to help them refine their tasting and smelling skills to the company's satisfaction.

The job title, officially called "Sensory Judge", involves tasting a variety of ingredients including different types of cocoa and hazelnuts, as well as tasting the Nutella spread and other products. It's so popular that US 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.

Jar of Nutella Hazelnut on a bokeh background.


You have to be ready, able and willing to relocate to Ferrero's headquarters in Alba in Italy's northwest Piedmont region.

This email will be delivered to your inbox once a day in the morning.

If you're lucky enough to be one of the 60 successful candidates, you'll embark on a three-month training course starting September 30th, to refine your sense of taste and smell.

Sensorial judges will also be trained on the correct terminology to use when explaining what they're tasting. Forty people will then be offered part-time positions at the company.

No experience is required for the position.

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