Tasting chocolate for approx. $15 an hour

Mondelez International is on the lookout for taste testers with a passion for chocolate.


Cadbury is looking for professional chocolate tasters for their chocolate-tasting team. These tasters will be required to work around eight hours a week and earn about £10.75 an hour, which works out to approx. $14.32, an hour.

Mondelez International, owner of businesses, such as Cadbury, Oreo, Milka, and Green & Blacks, is hiring four chocolate tasters to help it launch a new product across the globe, by giving feedback. The primary work of the selected candidates will be to taste chocolate and cocoa based beverages and then share their honest, genuine and objective opinion. By doing so, they will be contributing towards the launch of the new product in 150 nations of the world, by depending entirely on their taste buds.

These tasters will be working with 11 other chocolate Tasters and a panel leader to share feedback and discuss the taste. The job does not demand any prior experience. The Company will be providing full training to develop the taste buds of the recruits and also help them master the specific vocabulary needed to convey their opinions.

The tasters will be based in Wokingham, England. All that is required of them is to be passionate about confectionary and possess sensitive taste buds and honesty when it comes to giving feedback. They should also be well versed with the English language and be able to interact and mingle with the team members.

The taste testers will be selected based on their performance in various ‘choco-challenges’ wherein they will get to display their ability to identify the subtle differences in flavours and tastes between chocolates.

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