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Banda Biscotti is an Italian prison economy project.
We chose to produce biscuits within the multifaceted penitentiary environment because we believe that a different prison is possible.
Every day, stories of people are shut in behind bars, just waiting to be listened: Banda Biscotti feds on these stories... and kneads them with organic and carefully selected ingredients.
NUMBERS SPEAK FOR US:
founded in 2007
more than 40 detainees involved since the beginning of the activities
a range of over 20 products
production capacity of 250kg of biscuits per day
Our Mission: to offer qualified job opportunities to people experiencing imprisonment and willing to build a different future for themselves, learning a new profession. Our Vision: A proactive prison; one that creates value and is at the centre of an effective system of social reintegration.
Selected ingredients, Organic and Fair Trade.
Our ingredients are sourced from virtuous supply chains that ensure the highest quality of our products.
Wheat and spelt flour come from the IRIS farm, which produces, selects and trades highquality organic products valuing farming traditions and the environment since 1978.
Paraguaian cane sugar, cocoa powder and chocolate come from ALTROMERCATO, the biggest fair trade organization in Italy, which manages over 150 farmer organizations
throughout the World.
Butter is produced in Emilia Romagna by MONTANARI e GRUZZA, which since 1950 transforms the excellent milk of this region into high quality products according to sustainable
Our Products: Organic, Fair and Delicious!
Our delicacies are rooted in the Piedmontese tradition, with an organic and fair trade twist!
We will surprise your palate with the traditional Baci di Dama in our three versions, the fragrant Focaccine, the elegant Bicciolani, the evergreen Polentine.
And then way to Cookies, Damotti, Castagnole, Barabitt…