gelato (test)

Gelato, derived from the Latin word ‘gelatus’, meaning ‘frozen’, might arguably be considered to be a synonym for Italian ice cream, but it is far from the equivalent of ice cream. With its soft, supply and deliciously milky texture and richness of creamy flavor that arouses the most dormant taste-buds, a gelato is a ‘tiny scoop of heaven’! What’s even better? With lesser contents of fat, sugar and calories and all natural ingredients as compared to traditional ice creams, it makes for a sheer guilt-free indulgence!

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