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Gelato and Sorbetto with New Packaging

New York-based Ciao Bella announced a new lineup of gelato and sorbetto flavors. Ciao Bella sorbetto inbody

“Growing up in Northern Italy surrounded by the vibrant energy of the local culinary scene, I developed a deep passion and love for food,” says chef Danilo Zecchin, master gelato maker. “At Ciao Bella, we translate this passion into a commitment to create pleasurable experiences through intensely amazing gelato and sorbetto. With this commitment in mind, we took new ingredients, inspiration from around the globe, and our own love of food to create our new exciting trend-leading flavor innovations. I’m immensely proud of our entire 2014 collection, as it showcases the best of what Ciao Bella has to offer.”

Made from Fair Trade-certified and organic dark chocolate sourced from regions in South America, premium pistachios sourced from Sicily, the ripest Alphonso mangos from India and the juiciest Marion blackberries and raspberries from the Pacific Northwest, Ciao Bella’s gelato and sorbetto feature only the finest quality ingredients.

The new gelato flavors include Bourbon Caramel Chocolate, South American Dark Chocolate, Madagascar Vanilla and Alba Hazelnut Caffe, and the new sorbetto varieties include Bartlett Pear Hibiscus, White Peach Sangria and Wild Italian Strawberry Limonata.

In addition to the new flavors, Ciao Bella debuted new packaging. The new custom clear container allows consumers to see the food, while also featuring custom photo illustrations of each premium ingredient.

Ciao Bella’s new gelato and sorbetto flavors are found in grocery stores nationwide. Each 14-ounce container boasts a suggested retail price of $4.99.

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