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A taste-tester for a $33 billion candy company says she never gets sick of chocolate — and shares 3 more things people don't realize about her job

Lisa Schroeder has a pretty sweet job. For the past 16 years, she has worked for Mars Chocolate — a segment of the $33 billion Mars candy, petcare, and beverage company. Mars Chocolate produces 29 candy brands in total, including the billion-dollar global brands M&M's, Snickers, Dove, Milky Way, and Twix. As a sensory technologist for the company, Schroeder's job is to taste-test chocolate.
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