Professional Chicken-taster urgently needed in popular supermarket

If you carry a fork in your bag because cake happens then this is the job for you.

A UK based retailer called B&M is launching a fresh and frozen foods section and was looking to hire an expert to share feedback for some of their products.

Relevant job experience includes:

Should you be picked, you will be provided with Sh3, 550 monthly vouchers to buy food at B&M. The job is temporary and requires one to be located in the UK. However, all the free chicken you can get may just be worth it. Or not if you want a permanent job that pays you actual money and has a definitive job title.

But come on, it's free chicken.

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