Kraft logoKraft Canada, Toronto, knows that consumers have never been more committed to eating better. However, busy lifestyles force many to make compromises for the sake of convenience.  In efforts to help time-starved millennials cook tasty, easy meals, Kraft Canada says it has launched a national talent search for Kraft Canada's “Ultimate Food Hacker.”

Kraft says “food hacking” is a growing food trend and social conversation aimed at helping busy cooks create delicious meals using unexpected twists and elements of inspiration. In an effort to amplify Food Hacks in stores and online and to help consumers spend more time with their loved ones and less time in the kitchen, Kraft Canada is looking for the next Canadian Food Hacker.

"We're looking for someone who is dedicated to food hacking, has a big personality, is open to trying new things and—most importantly—loves  to cook," says Andrea Nickel, senior brand manager, Kraft Canada. 

The winning candidate will be Kraft Canada's official Food Hacker and will develop new Food Hacking recipes and drive food hacking content through Kraft Canada social channels. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes with a one-year contract including a total of $25,000 in compensation and a generous monthly food allowance designed to inspire creative food hacking solutions.

Starting on Tuesday, July 15, 2014 and running until Tuesday, August 5, 2014, Food Hackers are encouraged to participate via this link and upload a personal video submission for a chance to become Kraft Canada's official Food Hacker. Kraft Canada will select the Food Hacker based on a number of skills and requirements including personality, originality and social media savviness.