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Published on : Mar 16, 2015

Swizzel – the U.K’s leading sweet makers is facilitating new sweet inventions before they are released on the market. This is like offering one lucky fan their dream job as a sweet taster. 

Swizzel is famous for manufacturing the popular confectionary products such as Parma Violets, Drumstick Lollies, and Love Hearts. These products are on the hunt for a fan and a dedicated sweet taster that will be in the position to join the new product development team. 

The winner will be given the rare opportunity to step in the world of sweet tasting at the headquarters in Derbyshire. The products of Swizzel are made and developed here. However, the company invites applicants from all over the country including Warwickshire and Coventry. 

The applicants will have to undergo the training which will involve practical tasks and creating winning flavors including inputting on design packaging. The winner will also be able to visit the behind the scenes while he or she is on training. 

The marketing manager at Swizzels, Sarah-Louise Heslop said that adults love these sweet products just as much as children do. They are looking for the biggest fan to join the company and visit the factory that will help them develop new additions to their existing range. 

It takes several months to develop new flavors and learn the overall process. Hence, the applicant joining on board will be shown the entire process with the secrets of how fabulous the sweet products are. This is an important role for them where they will have to help the company develop new products that could be sold across the UK. 

Prior experience is not required, just the love for sweets is. The applicant will be rewarded a year’s supply of sweets and the amazing chance to pay a visit at the factory to sample sweets and new upcoming products. They will be consulted based on the new products being evaluated and developed at the factory for the next 12 months. 

The closing date for applications is 30 April 2015 and the search launches on 16 March. Applicants are requested to write up to 500 words or otherwise submit a brief video explaining why they think they are the best person for this job.