Ciao Bella launches three new limited-edition holiday flavors

BOSTON — Ciao Bella, maker of gelato and sorbetto, is giving consumers a new dessert experience this holiday season with the launch of its first-ever collection of limited-edition seasonal flavors. These three desserts stem from the creative inspiration of Italian executive chef Danilo Zecchin and the spirit of celebration: Cranberry Prosecco Sorbet, Montebianco Gelato, and Pumpkin Sea Salt Caramel Gelato.

“Here at Ciao Bella, we love food and really enjoy sharing it with family and friends during the holidays,” said Carlos Canals, CEO of Ciao Bella. “Chef Danilo was inspired by both Italian and American holiday traditions when he created these three incredible flavors for the 2013 season.”

In Whole Foods Market stores for a limited time beginning in October, these Ciao Bella seasonal batch flavors combine such holiday-inspired pairings as tart cranberry with crisp Prosecco; silky chestnut cream with rich dark chocolate; and cinnamon-spiced pumpkin with sweet and salty caramel. Just like all Ciao Bella products, these recipes are made with organic cane sugar and exceptional natural ingredients. Additionally, Ciao Bella gelatos use only high-quality, hormone-free dairy products, and sorbets are non-GMO verified. They will truly be the perfect ending for any holiday table this year.

“At Whole Foods Market, our goal is to offer shoppers the widest variety of high-quality products possible all year round, so we love sharing new and exciting seasonal flavors that they can’t find anywhere else,” said Dwight Richmond, global grocery purchasing coordinator for Whole Foods Market. “Ciao Bella’s new seasonal batch flavors will really give shoppers something to look forward to this holiday season.”

Ciao Bella’s seasonal batch flavors will be available in Whole Foods Market locations nationwide for the 2013 holiday season while supplies last.

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