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During the infancy of gelato-making, artisans of the revered dessert created standard recipes utilizing egg yolks as the main stabilizer, and other raw ingredients such as sugar and milk – or water for sorbetto. Fresh fruits, nuts, chocolate, etc. were then added for flavor. Batching the gelato was the last step where one of the most important ingredients – air – was incorporated in to allow for a dense, smooth, texture. However, with time, most processes become more refined.

Today, the production of new technology and innovative ingredient solutions, such as those produced and manufactured by PreGel, have helped to streamline the initially time-consuming process of making artisanal gelato. Aside from mechanized pasteurizers, batch freezers, and display cases to help prolong its shelf life, gelato ingredients have also become more sophisticated.

Allow us to share more in depth information about our superior specialty dessert ingredient solutions.

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  • Black Currant Fortefrutto®
    The sweet, earthy flavors of raspberries and gooseberries merge with aromatic hints of passion fruit and floral notes to create this mouthwatering traditional paste, delivering the undeniable flavor profile of the exotic European berry.
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  • Nonfat Dry Milk (Grade A, Low Heat)
    Made by evaporating water from skim milk, this powdered, wholesome dairy product can be used to add creaminess, viscosity, and mouthfeel as well as depress the freezing point of gelato or sorbetto without contributing any additional fat.
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  • SETAGEL® - VELLUTINA®
    Improve texture, especially in flavors with high fat content such as chocolate or nut flavors, and increase creaminess and overrun especially in fruit-flavored gelato, with this Hot and Cold Process texture-improving paste. Vellutina (Sorbitol Paste) also helps control the freezing point and is recommended for pastry application such as emulsification, whipping, or rising dough.
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