Indo-Italian brand from Goa, Frozen Fun, now available in Delhi NCR

 Indo-Italian brand from Goa, Frozen Fun, now available in Delhi NCR

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The iconic Cream Choc of Goa is expanding its range of gelatos under the Indo-Italian brand, Frozen Fun across the country, with its first stop at Delhi/NCR. It has opened two standalone stores, one at Khan Market and another at Cyber Hub along with a niche presence at two Bread & More outlets at Greater Kailash 1 and Vasant Vihar.

The gelatos and sorbets available at their standalone stores in Khan Market and Cyber Hub are manufactured in small batches to ensure freshness at the Frozen Fun Laboratory in Udyog Vihar. With flavours such as Sicilian Pistachio Gelato, the Vanilla Madagascar gelato that is made with pure Vanilla Madagascar beans, the Salted Butter Caramel gelato that is blended with decadent French butter, the Venetian Tiramisu Gelato, as well as the vegan, sugar free Nutty Sorbet are just a few popular flavours that make up their frozen dessert selections.

“Frozen Fun’s Gelato portfolio not only includes traditionally beloved flavours; we are constantly innovating by looking at key trends and fresh takes on these iconic flavours, apart from seasonal offerings to ensure a variety of gelatos that our fans will love”, says Italian Chef Davide Passarella, the owner, and chief flavour creator at Cream Choc, and the co-founder at Frozen Fun. Mr. Gelato, as he is known, diligently ensures that only the freshest ingredients, and high quality gelato aromas that are imported straight from Italy, go into creating these benchmarks of delectable bites of frozen delight.

Says brand Co-Founder Vasuki Punj, “At Frozen Fun, we blend world class elements with traditional and freshly available ingredients, creating perfect flavours, making it the ultimate treat for everyone.”


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