Domino’s hires garlic bread taste tester


Brisbane mathematics student Zach Gracie has started his new his new role following a nationwide search that attracted almost 7500 applicants.

The 21-year-old will work alongside Domino’s culinary and innovation chef Michael Treacy and get to sample top-secret products while being paid $30/hour.

Mr Gracie’s innovative ideas like macaroni garlic bread, “breadedict cumbergarlic” and triple choc brownie garlic bread landed him the sought-after role.

Zach Gracie, 21, from Brisbane has beaten 7500 people to become Domino’s first chief garlic bread taste tester. Picture: Peter WallisSource:News Corp Australia

Mr Treacy said it was difficult to choose just one applicant, but Mr Gracie’s ideas were too good to pass on.

“Zach demonstrated an incredible knowledge of garlic bread that far exceeds that of your average garlic bread consumer,” he said.

“He was familiar with garlic breads even I didn’t know existed … truly broadening our horizons and offering immense value to the business.

“We look forward to welcoming him to Domino’s head office and getting his valuable feedback on one of our most iconic menu items.”

Mr Gracie landed the job with his unique ideas and unmatched garlic bread knowledge. Picture: Peter Wallis

Mr Gracie landed the job with his unique ideas and unmatched garlic bread knowledge. Picture: Peter WallisSource:News Corp Australia

Mr Gracie believes he was born for the role and says he will put in the hard work for other garlic bread-loving Aussies.

“It really is the opportunity of a lifetime, and I’m so excited to join the Domino’s team for the day and meet people who share my passion for garlic bread and food innovation,” he said.

“It’s not a responsibly I take lightly, and I won’t let Australia down!”

After receiving his official chief garlic bread taste tester apron, Mr Gracie received an exclusive tour of Domino’s garlic bread factory, where he will review the company’s existing garlic breads and taste test some of the top-secret menu items currently in the works.



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