The participation to this year’s Ice Cream Showroom in Rimini confirmed that the business of Italian ice cream is in very good health both in Italy and abroad.
Beside the high quality and freshness of the ingredients, the main surplus value of the Italian ice cream is the fact that it is usually “hand crafted”. That means that it was prepared in the very same ice cream parlor where you buy it.
Italy is a leading producer not only of ice cream, but also of the ingredients and of the machines used to prepare it.
The art of ice cream is slightly different in different parts of Italy. Sicily, for example, is famous for its slush with cream, to be eaten with a croissant.