You Can Get Paid £200 To Eat Greggs Festive Bakes And Other Festive Treats

You Can Get Paid £200 To Eat Greggs Festive Bakes And Other Festive Treats

Dream job alert!

Yes, you could be getting overindulging all the festive fast food this Christmas. They say this time of year is when we have an excuse to have “just one more chocolate” without feeling guilty. And now you can do so and be paid for your troubles. 

Restaurant and takeaway insurance website are hiring a Vegan Festive Food Tester, are highering a festive food fanatic to test the vegan Christmas food on the market. You can indulge in all the festive vegan options from brands such as McDonalds, Greggs, KFC, Costa Coffee, Waitrose and more to crown the top festive vegan treat on the market.

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This one-off seasonal job will give you £75 for you to purchase the grub and £200 for your troubles. It’s a completely home-based role with all food being ordered through an app – win. You will look at taste, value for money and ‘festivity level’.

Applications are also open to both vegans and those with meat normally in their diet, with researchers wanting to discover how each menu item compares to other vegan food choices.

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You can use the £75 to order their vegan treats from a range of high street options, with a broad brief to sample hot and cold food, sandwiches and even vegan festive drinks. An entirely remote role, the reviewer will simply need to order their items via a delivery app such as Deliveroo, UberEats and Just Eat. 

The resulting review will be used to crown the UK’s best vegan festive food item, and the individual will be paid £200 for conducting the crucial Christmas research.

Mike Rees, CEO of, comments, “We are always keeping an eye out for new foodie trends within the UK, as a specialist website for both restaurant and takeaway insurance. While high street festive treats have been around for a long time, and delivery options are improving year on year – this is the first Christmas where vegan options are out in full force on many menus. 

“This is a great thing to see, and we want to find out once and for all, which of the vegan festive food options really stack up against other vegan options. The ideal applicant will be a lover of all things festive, keen to try plant-based alternatives and big on takeaways! We really want to know which option truly is the best when it comes to providing plant-based consumers with festive treats.”

Applications are now open to UK residents aged 18 and over, and those that want to put themselves forward for the job will need to apply via the website.

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