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Sweet dreams are Congolese - A chocolate factory in a conflict zone

The Gulf Times 04.04. 08:14

Sweet dreams are Congolese - A chocolate factory in a conflict zone

D OMINIQUE PERSOONE , the bad boy of Belgian chocolate, has served powdered chocolate that has been snorted like cocaine at a party for the Rolling Stones and had the sticky stuff drizzled on naked women for a photo shoot. His latest escapade is making chocolate in the jungles of eastern Congo. The»»»

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