Month: September 2016


Italian Gelato festival and Mojito Gelato

This year, 18 European gelato makers battled to determine who is the best gelato maker in the world. Each gelato shop created new, never before seen (or tasted) gelato flavors and the public voted for a winner of the 2016 Gelato Festival. There was a total of 10 stages that took place throughout the year […]


Gelato retail and wholesale grows by 32% from 2015

Americans are eating less ice cream but are willing to pay more for premium varieties, according to new research from Mintel. Nine in 10 consumers bought frozen treats in the past six months; however, 22% said they are buying less. But while volume sales of ice cream products are declining as mentioned in our previous […]


Gelato World Tour at its third stop for the Illinois challenge

The Gelato World Tour, the world’s premiere cross-cultural artisan gelato competition is holding qualifying rounds throughout the United States. The first of four competitions will be held in conjunction with Bon Appétit presents Chicago Gourmet, one of the nation’s largest and most celebrated culinary events. With more than 200 restaurants and chefs, this interactive, epicurean […]


Organic Ice Cream Market Share increases dramatically in 2016

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines the term organic as a product that is been produced by integration of cultural, biological and mechanical practices which enhance recycling of resources, promote ecological balance, and conserve biodiversity. Organic ice cream, known as a sweetened frozen food, is usually made up of concentrated flavor of organic […]


Did you know about Gelato delivery to your house or office?

Most of people in the US are not aware that you can deliver Gelato in 2 single portions – 16oz and 32 oz – directly to your house or office in foam containers. Flavors are always both fruity Sorbetto and creamy Gelato and vary according to seasonal availability, trends and wishes from the clients. Serve […]


How to make homemade tasty Ice Cream cones

Here are a few tips on how to make ice cream sugar cones using plain sandwich bread. To make these, you will need: bread, two baking sheets, parchment paper, and a cone roller (which you can either make out of a piece of still plastic or purchase for less than six bucks). First, trim the […]