Dolci Liberta – Chocolate made in an Italian Prison

January 15th, 2013 by Rosa

Chocablog ran a neat profile of Busto Arsizio Prison in Milan, Italy, where prisoners make chocolates that are sold under the Dolci Liberta (translation: sweet liberty) brand. According to the profile, the chocolate making keeps prisoners out of trouble, teaches them skills, and allows them to make some money. And the chocolate that they make is award-winning.

What a unique and delicious sounding social rehabilitation venture!

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