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McCormick consumer testing

The Haddenham-based Global Flavour Leader, McCormick, owns several well-known brands in the UK including Schwartz herbs & spices and seasonings.

McCormick is looking for local people to join their consumer testing panel. Members will have the opportunity to be one of the first to try newly created and innovative products and flavours, as well as family favourites.

Tests will take place at McCormick's site in Haddenham, products could be sent home for testing at home and/or internet surveys can be completed. Incentives are offered for all tests.

To sign up to the panel please complete the online application form, please click here

For more information please Email: mccormickuk@at-hand.net

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