Do you want to open a gelato shop?
Filling your gelato parlour with extra taste and creativity, chocolate pralines are becoming a popular accompaniment for hand-made gelato.
This unique, genuine product brings with it an explosion of taste and tradition – pralines are a great alternative to serve at your gelato parlour to help retain existing customers and acquire new ones.
Hand-made gelato is a tasty food, extremely popular with consumers.
If you have a sweet tooth, but you are lactose intolerant, giving up the luxury of gelato is a torment. So, at your gelato parlour make sure you also have gelatos for all sorts of needs.
For all those who dream of setting off for Australia and starting up a gelato parlour on the island continent, here are some tips for creating a business out of making hand-made gelato.
The gelato business is an interesting opportunity, made of creativity and fun. Italian gelato is healthy and everybody loves it! It is no wonder that gelato is getting more and more popular worldwide. This seems to be a very good reason to open a gelato shop. Take a look at how you can do it...
Hand-made gelato is a typical product which has made Italy famous throughout the world. The only step that still needs to be taken is to create a system, so as to increase competitivity at international level.
A study carried out at Milan University showed that hand-made gelato is a balanced food. It can even replace a meal, or else be a gratifying non-fat snack.
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Classic, simple, light, lemon hand-made gelato is a must in any gelato parlour.
Whether it’s in a gelato or as a sorbet, the taste of lemon never goes out of fashion.
After many years of close friendship, spurred on by a burst of courage and driven by a common passion for gelato and pastries, Marco and Vaghelis decided to open up a gelato parlour on the Greek island of Rhodes.
Here is the testimony of Marco Bortolini, owner of the gelato parlour Il Gelato Artigianale Italiano in Rhodes.
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