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Pierre Marcolini donates chocolates & pastries to NHS workers

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Pierre Marcolini is continuing to donate stock from its London boutiques including chocolates, delicacies, pastries and seasonal creations (Easter Collection).

The Belgian chocolatier, who has sites in Marylebone and within Harrod and Selfridges, has chosen to offer these products to the London hospitals in a bid to support the NHS whose staff are working on the front-line to save lives amid the crisis.

The company said, '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.

'The Pierre Marcolini House wishes to support the national effort, the caregivers who are mobilized everyday to fight against the COVID-19 epidemic during the coming weeks.'

The company is also donating goods to hospital workers in Belgium and Paris.