Chocolate-covered espresso beans were good. But it was poor quality jewelry; can't even wear the bracelet I bought (Valentine's Day special bracelet). Fell off 3-4 times the first day I wore it, and that's *after* I had noticed the links were weak and tightened them the best I could. It's simply crappy materials they are given to work with, not necessarily the work(wo)manship. The links are so flimsy they just won't stay shut, and they let go of each other with just slightly brushing up against something like clothing. And it's a shame, as they're supposed to be learning the value of work and working life, feeling good about being productive, and they *must* know what they're putting out isn't good. What does that teach them? That it's okay to make a quick buck on something of sub-par quality, if you just claim it's for a good cause? Hard to foster a sense of pride in your work when you know it's inferior.