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Getting paid for taste testing new foods makes good sense

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Your taste buds could earn you money and help improve food from well known companies.

Good Sense Research, in Bury St Edmunds, is seeking tasters for its food and beverage research for some of the UK’s most well-known brands.

It uses a variety of methods, including taste-tests and focus groups, to help businesses improve their products and to create new ones.

Tastings can take as little as 15 minutes, so you can fit them into your lunch break, and focus groups can last for 2 hours.

A spokeswoman said: “You don’t have to commit to anything, we’re simply looking for reliable people who are keen to come along and get stuck in, as and when it suits them.”

Call 01284 705 787 or email: sarah@goodsense-research.com. See www.goodsense-research.com


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