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Gordon’s been at the prison for months, but it will mean nothing if he doesn’t leave a viable business to keep prisoners working. Will the bakery get the financial backing it needs to continue?
Gordon’s been at Brixton Prison for two months and it’s time his Bad Boy Bakery business started becoming profitable. But will anyone be interested in his prison-made product?
Gordon has chosen the prisoners for the business, but struggles to keep the team together as the prison’s stringent systems and routines start getting in the way.
Gordon Ramsay thinks it’s time British prisoners paid their way and he hopes to set up a successful food business behind bars. His aim: To get prisoners cooking on the inside, to sell on the outside.
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