Tonitto 1939: the sorbet arrives in Belgium and Portugal
Two new international partnerships signed, with Ahold-Delhaize and Prozis
Tonitto 1939, the company known for the production and distribution of sorbet, continues to expand in foreign lands, and this time it's up to Belgium and Portugal. The company has signed two new international partnerships with the Belgian GDO Ahold-Delhaize and the Portuguese Prozis.
This is just another step in the company's journey around the world. Tonitto is in fact present in Shanghai in China, inside the Pearl Tower. In Europe, the company boasts a presence in the Netherlands within the historic Albert Heijn supermarket chain, in Ireland with Dunnes Stores and in Latvia with Rimi Baltic.
The company will produce for the Belgian partner, four variants of ice cream: coffee, pistachio, hazelnut and black cherry; for Prozis, a company very active online and known for health products purchased mostly by athletes, ad hoc sorbets have been produced, excellent for those who follow a vegan diet, a healthy food plan and for those who practice physical activity.
Among the characteristics of the products of the Genoese production house, there is the use of top quality raw materials, free-range eggs, fresh milk and control over the origin of both fresh and dried fruit. The fruit comes from selected cultivars; to maintain the density of the products, milk and derivatives are not used, but it proceed with a slow freezing which guarantees their creaminess.
Luca Dovo , CEO of Tonitto 1939, said: "It is a further step forward for our company. Having built a partnership with two important retailers, such as Ahold-Delhaize and Prozis in a market context complicated by the difficulties of movement and of contact with new customers an exceptional result. Excellent products, innovation, sustainability and a constant focus on customer and consumer satisfaction are the ingredients that are giving life to our mission: to bring a moment of joy and happiness to all consumers everywhere in the world".
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