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Now you can get the dream job: Eat takeaway for a living

  • Just Eat Denmark is on the hunt for four professional food tasters to test a range of new cuisines for Danish customers
  • The newly created roles will be based in Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg to help the Danish team discover brilliant new flavours across the country
  • With over 40 different cuisines already available on the Just Eat platform in Denmark, the four food connoisseurs will help Just Eat bring its customers even more choice

Just Eat Denmark is recruiting four professional food connoisseurs to help bring its customers even more choice.

With over 40 different cuisine types already available on the Just Eat platform in Denmark, the newly created roles will help the business expand the range of cuisine types and restaurants in Denmark’s growing takeaway market.

Customers are now ordering in for a broader range of meal occasions - from a quick bite for lunch, to a celebratory treat, to a breakfast meeting, a healthy midweek dinner, or a burger because you're working late. Food delivery is becoming so much more than traditional takeaway.

Based in four of Denmark’s biggest cities - Copenhagen, Aarhus, Odense and Aalborg - the professional tasters, will test and rate new dishes, restaurants and cuisine types to help discover new food trends and ensure menu items are of the highest quality.

Carsten Boldt, Country Manager, Just Eat Denmark and Norway, said:

"The Danes' takeaway habits are very different today than they were a few years ago. Previously, "takeaway" meant Sundays with burgers and pizzas but takeaway is much more a part of our daily routines. That’s why it’s important for us to have a wide selection of great cuisine types on our platform - and who would be better to find the best restaurants than the Danes themselves?

"It is a serious job as jobs usually are, and alongside the perks are expectations and requirements. There will be odd hours, and a big appetite is expected - and obviously, it would be a good idea to come in with an empty stomach.”

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