You Can Now Get Paid To Eat Vegan Pies
Holland's Pies is offering pie lovers a very tasty opportunity.
The brand is recruiting a taste tester to sample its new vegan and vegetarian pies - and you'll be given a year's supply of pastry treats in return.
Sounds like a tough gig - but someone has to do it, right?
Not only will you be able to sample new Holland's products before anyone else, but after each meet up (approximately every six months) you'll also receive a year's supply of the specific product sampled.
That is a *lot* of pies.
While applicants don't need any previous experience, they should be keen, enthusiastic pastry lovers interested in veggie and vegan food.
Once the successful candidate is selected, they'll simply need to attend Pie Panel meetings every six months - these will take place either remotely or at the famous Holland's Pies factory itself (depending on government guidance).
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Leanne Holcroft, Brand Manager at Holland's Pies, said: "With the rising trend of meat-free diets, we wanted to ensure we had the expert opinion of a meat free consumer on our panel to help us continue to develop our range and grow our loyal fan base.
"We're looking for someone who is passionate about pastry and with a keen interest in vegan and vegetarian food, to taste and feedback on our meat free ranges - they'll be rewarded with a year's supply of pastry goodness after each meeting. What better way to be paid?"
To apply, simply email [email protected] revealing why - in no more than 250 words - you deserve a place on the panel.
Applications close on Friday 22nd May and more info as well as T&Cs can be found on the Holland's Pies Facebook page.
The pastry giant has recently expanded its veggie range, launching the Wyke Farms Deep Fill Mature Cheese and Onion Pie, the Vegetarian Mince and Gravy Pie and the Cheese and Veg Pie.
And last week, Holland's introduced its first ever Vegan Roll which you can snap up in select Morrisons stores.
Anyone else hungry now?
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