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The Pierre Marcolini House donates its surplus chocolate to hospitals in London, Paris and Brussels

By Anthony Myers contact

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The Pierre Marcolini House signature chocolate boxes, part of the collection donated to international hospital staff fighting the coronavirus. Pic: The Pierre Marcolini House
The Pierre Marcolini House signature chocolate boxes, part of the collection donated to international hospital staff fighting the coronavirus. Pic: The Pierre Marcolini House

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Belgian chocolatier says it is supporting hospital staff and caregivers who are fighting against the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic with regular supplies from its collection.

The Pierre Marcolini House is donating more stock from its boutiques to medical centres in London, Brussels and Paris as a special thank you to hospital staff and caregivers on the front line of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.

Following the temporary closure of its outlets in the three European capitals, The House has a large stock of chocolates, delicacies, pastries and seasonal creations for Easter and has chosen to offer these products to the hospitals in a bid to support the NHS (in the UK) whose staff are working on the frontline to save lives amid the crisis.

Offering chocolates does not seem essential, but it’s an undeniable comfort. This is all the more important in this difficult period for everyone, but especially for the extraordinary hospital staff who are experiencing probably one of the most difficult times of our lives​,” said a spokesperson for Pierre Marcolini.

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