Aldi Is Hiring An Official Crisp Taster 

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Who doesn’t love crisps? If you can’t go a day without a bag of crisps and wouldn’t dream of buying a meal deal without crisps as your snack we might’ve just found you your dream job.

If you consider yourself a bit of a crip connoisseur, Aldi is hiring for an official crisp taster— a job that requires eating a lot of crisps and here’s everything you need to know.

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How can I become a crisp taster?

Aldi needs a crisp taster to review a selection of their finest crisps to help decide on what flavours should stick around and influence new future flavours.

The lucky candidate who wins the Crisp Taster role will get to sample current and brand-new Aldi crisp flavours and share their thoughts. The reviews will be used to help the Aldi team decide on what flavours are the most popular vs what ones might not be working as well.

While this job isn’t paid, you will get plenty of free crisps to enjoy which makes this a great opportunity for any student who has some spare time, loves crisps and would like to enjoy some free food.

If you feel like you’re the right person for the job all you have to do is film a short application video stating your name, age, where you’re from, your favourite Aldi crisps and why you think you’ve got what it takes to be the expert Crisp Taster.

You’ll also need to share your social media handles if applicable— so if you love making TikTok content and want to grow your channel, now’s your chance to take up this fun opportunity to promote Aldi and get paid in crisps.

Think you’ve got what it takes?

Email your one minute application video to by the 16th of June 2024— so you need to be quick! The successful applicant will be contacted by the 1st of July and the crisps will be sent to you soon after.

You can find out more about the opportunity right here.

Make sure you don’t tell your housemates in case they swipe some of your free crisps before you get a chance to taste them.