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Tasting history in an old chocolate works

Sep 22, 2018 - The Daily Telegraph (London)

You may have eaten a Terry's Chocolate Orange as a youngster, or listened to Beatles LPs; now you can live in the factories that made them. Brand recognition and nostalgia are powerful tools, and now they are being used to market property.

The neglected factory sites that once produced the likes of Kodak film and EMI records are being given a new lease of life as places to live, and are aiming to regain the buzz and sense of community they once had.

Factories producing some of the be...