Are you interested in taste testing food and drink?
Not only will you get to taste delicious products, giving feedback will earn you reward vouchers!
It only takes 15 minutes to an hour, but is vital to help manufacturers see how their product is performing against competitors and whether a new recipe works.
Sarah de Wit, a former New Product Development Manager at a major retailer, is passionate about using customers’ feedback to improve quality.
“Working with Good Sense Research to develop a new food and drink research hub based in Yorkshire seemed the perfect opportunity,” says Sarah. “This is great news for everyone, as it gives Yorkshire panellists chance to get paid, whilst giving their opinions on national research projects, often on major branded products which we all buy week in week out.
“Taste tests are one of our most popular research methods. These tests involve consumers tasting products and then giving their opinion. The results are used to understand how well a product performs against competitor alternatives, or to establish if a new recipe is worse, as good as or better than the original.”
There are both online and in-house options. For every online survey you complete, you’ll be awarded with at least one point, which is equivalent to £1 in vouchers. Once you accumulate 10 points, you’ll be rewarded with a £10 voucher. If you take part in one of our in-house research panels, you’ll receive ‘Love to shop’ vouchers. Taste tests under 30 minutes receive a £5 voucher, but anything over 30 minutes earns a £10 voucher.
Panels are run at Leeds Beckett University Business Centre in Halifax, and in the centre of Hebden Bridge. Other venues may also be used.
The next planned panels are running from Friday, October 26 – Thursday, November 8.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Interested in becoming a panellist?
The process is simple, the research methods are fun and interesting, and you will earn an award.
Sign up to the link below for free, and you’ll be asked some quick pre-screening questions to check your eligibility.