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Mini baker required

Mini baker required

The Fabulous Bakin’ Boys is looking to expand its range and is searching for someone under the age of 12 to help them.

The company’s new Mini’s range will launch later this year. Having been selected by Gary Frank, CEO of Bakin' Boys, the winner of the ‘Mini Baker’ competition will then be called upon to help the company develop flavours for the new range.

“According to experts, the younger an individual is, the sharper their sense of taste, thus enabling them to develop new flavour combinations more easily,” commented Frank. No formal qualifications are required, but entrants must be aged under 12. Visit www.minibaker.co.uk for further information and application form.

Deadline for entries is 31 March 2012. The winner will be working with the Bakin' Boys at the factory in April.

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