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Posted on Friday, October 12th, 2012 at 9:21 am
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Ciao Bella has been called “America’s Gelato”. It started in 1983 in New York’s Little Italy.  They use pure, natural, ingredients.  In 1999, Chef Danilo Zecchin took the position of executive chef at Ciao Bella.  He incorporated aromas and styles that he discovered on his travels into the products.  Ciao Bella gelato comes in a huge variety of 35 flavors.  Choose from favorites like Chocolate Chip, Cookie Dough, Cookies and Cream, Mint Chocolate Chip, Strawberry, and French Vanilla.  Or, try a more adventurous flavor like Belgian Chocolate, Italian Caramel, Espresso (Coffee), Matcha Green Tea, Ginger, Key Lime Graham, or Tahitian Vanilla.  There are 18 flavors of Sorbet.  Try Blackberry Cabernet, Grapefruit Campari, Blood Orange, Passion Fruit, Peach Ginger, Pomegranate, and more.  Many of the Ciao Bella flavors come in sorbet bars, gelato bars, or gelato squares.  Ciao Bella has a brand new line called Adonia Greek Frozen Yogurt.  It is fat free, low calorie, and high in protein.  It comes in seven flavors in pints, and two flavors that come in bars.  You can by Ciao Bella products online through IceCreamSource.com.  Prices range from a little over $2.00 for a 3.5 ounce cup to around $7.00 for a pint.

Gelato is an Italian style ice cream that has less milkfat and less air by volume than regular ice cream.  The milk in the gelato is rBST free.  Many people feel that milk that does not have the rBST in it is  more healthy than the milk that has it.  Sorbet is ice with 65% to 85% pure fruit juice or puree.  It doesn’t contain dairy.  Most of the flavors of Ciao Bella’s gelato and sorbet are gluten free.  Foods that are gluten free do not contain wheat or ingredients that have gluten in them.  This makes them safer for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to eat.  Keep in mind, though, that Ciao Bella’s facility also processes flavors that contain gluten.  The Sorbet is dairy free, which might make it easier for people who are on a lactose free diet to consume.  Ciao Bella has its headquarters in Florham Park, New Jersey.  Their website is filled with bright and luscious colors which are really fun to look at.

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