Dark chocolate bar handcrafted in the "Pasticceria di Giotto" of the Padua prison.
A 100% Made in Italy artisan delight.
Single origin Uganda cocoa, 78%. Intense taste with a long persistence.
For our chocolate creations we have selected Icam cocoa, an Italian company that works all over the world with a great ethical mission of converting cocaine crops into cocoa.
Ingredients: Uganda extra dark chocolate (cocoa: 78% minimum) cocoa from Uganda 50%, sugar, low-fat cocoa powder, cocoa butter, vanilla extract.
The product is prepared in a laboratory where gluten, milk, soy, eggs, peanuts, mustard, sesame, nuts are processed.
Store the product in a cool dry place at a temperature not exceeding 24 ° C, away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
For the packaging of the chocolate bars we have selected the ecological Crush Mais paper: FSC® certified, coming from responsibly managed forests and made with by-products of agro-industrial processing to reduce the use of cellulose from trees.
- 50 g
- 1 chocolate bar
- Data di scadenza/gg
Pasticceria Giotto: Quality Sweets, Solidarity, and Training
Pasticceria Giotto is an artisanal pastry shop that is also a social project. Over fifteen years ago, the Pasticceria Giotto project was born, which today is a concrete reality. It is a professional pastry laboratory located within a prison, producing artisanal sweets with the precision and expertise required for high-quality pastry. In 2005, the pastry shop was established at the Due Palazzi prison in Padua, where inmates work closely with professionals to learn the art of pastry and more.
To date, this initiative has guided over 200 individuals through training and professionalization paths, providing them with valuable skills in the field of pastry. This project represents a unique fusion of taste and solidarity. The Padua Prison Pastry Shop operates within the Due Palazzi penitentiary and is both an artisanal laboratory and a school of life. Since its inception in 2005, it has offered numerous opportunities, visits, and events that have garnered support from institutions, the public, and industry critics. It represents the daily reality of genuine work that offers incarcerated individuals the opportunity for personal transformation every day. The main goal is to use work in prison as a bridge between incarcerated individuals and society, offering them a concrete rehabilitation tool.
This allows them to test and develop their skills before reintegrating into society. Work in the prison environment has a normalizing effect, promotes a positive outlook on the future, and disrupts the physical and mental routines of detention. This, in turn, leads to cost savings related to health and disciplinary measures and contributes to a virtuous process that reduces the likelihood of recidivism after serving a sentence, benefiting both incarcerated individuals and society as a whole.