Talenti expands Layers’ flavors, adds dairy-free Sorbettos
New additions are on their way to the Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto family.
The Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based company, which is part of the Unilever portfolio of brands, announced that four new flavors would be joining the Layers line.
In addition, the brand also announced that it would be expanding its Sorbettos collection by adding two new dairy-free options for consumers to enjoy.
New Layers flavors include:
- Coffee Cookie Crumble, which is Talenti’s take on Affogato, and contains fair trade Brazilian and Colombian coffee beans, as well as Italian amaretti cookies. It also features cold brew gelato, chocolate flakes, chocolate coffee sauce and vanilla bean gelato;
- Banana Caramel Crunch, which has a layer of dulce de leche, banana pudding gelato, and pie crust pieces;
- Lemon Berry Pie, which contains lemon zest that’s steeped in fresh cream, milk and sugar to create lemon gelato, graham pieces, blueberry sauce and pie crust cookies; and
- Dairy-Free Coconut Chocolate Cookie Layer, which is the line’s first dairy-free addition, features coconuts from the Philippines, coconut sorbetto, oat crisps, dairy-free hot fudge and chocolate cookie pieces.
“At Talenti, each flavor is crafted for taste and we're always listening to fan feedback to our flavors, including our Layers and Sorbetto lines. That's why we are excited to add flavors that directly respond to what our fans want, such as coffee and dairy-free options,” Leslie Miller, director of marketing, ice cream North America said.
Just as well, each of the new launches from the brand is packaged in clear containers that are reusable and are made with 100% post-consumer recycled plastic, the company said.
When it comes to the Sorbettos line, new additions include:
- Strawberry Hibiscus, which is steeped with hibiscus flowers, contains sweet strawberries and a hibiscus swirl; and
- Dark Chocolate, which is dairy-free, and is made with cocoa and chocolate sauce.
Shoppers can find Talenti’s Layers and Sorbettos lines at major retailers nationwide for the suggested retail prices of $4.99 to $6.49 per jar.