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Cheese Nuggets Are Coming To Waitrose And Ocado

Cheese Nuggets Are Coming To Waitrose And Ocado

Cheese nuggets are coming to the shelves of a Waitrose near you (if there's a Waitrose near you, that is).

Seriously's Cheese Nuggets are made with Scottish cheddar coated in breadcrumbs, with the cheesy centre going all soft and the crumby outer layer turning nice and crispy after just six minutes in the oven.

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What's not to love? Credit: Lactalis
What's not to love? Credit: Lactalis

They come in packs of six and will be on shelves from 7 July at the discounted price of £2 ($2.46), going up to the full price of £3 ($3.69) from 28 July.

They will also be available to order on Ocado, with plans to branch out to more retailers later in the year.

Heloise Le Norcy-Trott, marketing director at Lactalis - the dairy company who runs the Seriously cheese range - said: "With Seriously performing well in the market with double-digit value sales growth year on year, we wanted to continue to build on this success by introducing yet another exciting hot cheese product.

"With its Scottish heritage, provoking backstory and a proven track record for bringing successful new products to market, we believe that Seriously Nuggets will be a big hit with both consumers and retailers."

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If you're a lover of all cheeses - whether they come in nugget form or otherwise - then a job has just come up that should be right up your street.

US company Whisps, which makes cheese crisps, is looking for a brand-new cheese executive officer to join its Whisps Cheese Board - in your role you'll be tasked with trying out new Whisps snacks and cheeseboards.

Getting paid to eat cheese = the dream. Credit: PA
Getting paid to eat cheese = the dream. Credit: PA

The cheese executive officer will be sent monthly Whisps Cheese Crisps to enjoy and receive deliveries of cheeseboards every quarter. They'll also receive training with expert cheesemongers and help the company come up with new ideas for snacks.

Not only that, they'll also be given some delicious cash money for their troubles. In exchange for the reviews, the jammy applicant will pick up a $1,5001,200) stipend and $2,000 1,600) in cash. They'll also get goodies and other prizes worth $1,500. Sounds pretty good, eh?

Whisps CEO Ilana Fischer said: "My whole life I've dreamed for a job that would pay me to eat cheese. So excited to pass along my dream to you.

"This will no doubt be a fun and delicious competition. Looking forward to seeing your applications and welcoming our new expert taster."

You can apply for the dream role here. Applications close on 25 July.

Featured Image Credit: Lactalis

Topics: Food, UK News

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.