Italian gelato brand Grom opens second Dubai store

Grom opened its first store in the UAE earlier this year in March at Box Park, Dubai

Grom products are made using ingredients sourced from its organic farm, Mura Mura, in Costigliole d’Asti, Italy.
Grom products are made using ingredients sourced from its organic farm, Mura Mura, in Costigliole d’Asti, Italy.

Internationally renowned gelato maker Grom has opened its second branch in Dubai in the newly opened extension of Mall of the Emirates.

The famed Italian gelateria, Grom, Il Gelato come una volta, offers over 20 flavours, such as hazelnut, pistachio, stracciatella and salted caramel gelato, as well as a selection of sorbets created using fresh fruits, including mangos from India and lemons from Sicily. Grom also offers a range of shakes, granitas, frozen ice lollies and biscuits.

The 100% natural offering at Grom feature the products from the brand’s organic farm, Mura Mura, located in Costigliole d’Asti, Italy. The brand promises no artificial colours, preservatives or emulsifiers in any of its gelato flavours.

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Commenting on the launch, Federico Grom, Founder of Grom, said: ‘We are very excited to launch our second store within nine months of being in Dubai. It’s great to see how much UAE residents enjoy our truly Italian treats, and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our new store in Mall of the Emirates.”

Grom, Il Gelato come una volta opened its first store in the UAE earlier this year in March at Box Park, Dubai.

It also has stores across Italy, the US, France, Japan and Indonesia.

 

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