You can now get paid to eat Greggs' vegan festive bake 5 months ago

You can now get paid to eat Greggs' vegan festive bake

Calling all foodies!

If you are a vegan - or perhaps you just enjoy vegan food - you can now get paid to try the best vegan festive treats your favourite restaurants have to offer.


Insurance search engine MoneyBeach is on the hunt for a special person to try plant-based alternatives ahead of the festive season.

Options include trying classics from the likes of Greggs, McDonald's, Starbucks and Tesco - and then ranking them from best to worst. Testers will need to rate each food choice on "value for money, festive-ness, and how it compares to other vegan food choices".

MoneyBeach is accepting applicants regardless of your normal eating habits and the only requirement is a love of "takeaways and Christmas".


While food costs are completely covered, you can also bank yourself £200 - which would undoubtedly help as the purse strings get tighter in the lead-up to the festive season.

The best thing about this opportunity is not the mounds of food you can shovel into your face but the fact it's delivered straight into the comfort of your living room.

Mike Rees, MoneyBeach CEO, said: "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."


He continued: "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."

So, if you are 18 or over, click the link and sign-on.

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