Nutella is hiring people to live in Italy and taste its products

Looking for a dream job? Nutella maker is looking for taste testers

If you love Nutella, we have the flawless job for you!

Nutella has such worldwide demand that mini-riots broke out in France in January when discounted containers of the rich spread went on sale.

Those interested don't need any prior experience, with the Italian company seeking "regular consumers", according to the news outlet. The job listing, which is posted in Italian, can be found here. So what are the requirements other than a love for the vaunted hazelnut spread?

Confectionery company Ferrero wants to hire 60 people as part-time taste testers for its popular Nutella brand, Fox News reports.

This email will be delivered to your inbox once a day in the morning. Ferrero asks only that applicants suffer from no food allergies and feel comfortable using a computer.

The 60 will take a paid three-month course, starting in September, to help them hone their sense of smell and taste and learn terminology to describe the flavors they're tasting. The training is created to sharpen the recruits' senses of taste and smell, as well as teach them the correct terminology to describe their reactions, The Local reported.

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.

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