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Gold by Ice Cream Works Opens its New Outlet in Bandra, Mumbai

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Gold by Ice Cream Works, a premium ice cream café, has opened its outlet in Bandra, Mumbai. Founded by Sanjiv and Alisha Chona, Gold by Ice Cream Works wants to redefine traditional ice cream and set a new standard within the industry.

The brand introduces a fusion of flavors, artistry, and presentation that aims to engage all the senses. From sourcing high-quality ingredients globally to crafting unique ice cream in the form of donuts, cupcakes, and Japanese snow desserts, the brand is committed to pushing the boundaries of traditional ice cream offerings.

The brand also presents a range of sugar-free ice creams, frappes, and desserts, with a focus on delivering high-quality, handcrafted ice creams at a more accessible price point. Apart from that, the brand is also actively engaged in providing a unique ambiance and presentation in its store with its artistic Murano glasses from Italy and a unique scent crafted specifically for the store, creating a multi-sensory experience for visitors.

In terms of product innovation, Gold by Ice Cream Works has introduced a range of exclusive and limited-edition flavors. The brand continuously explores new combinations and plans to introduce exciting additions to its coffee drinks menu.

The brand’s dedication to the luxury experience is evident in its packaging. Their retail tubs adorned with gold foiling which are one-of-a-kind packagings in the ice cream segment in India. Gold by Ice Cream Works also embraces environmentally conscious practices, using glass jars for takeaway sundaes and striving to balance premium presentation with sustainable choices.

The brand aspires to compete with international giants like Häagen-Dazs and Ben & Jerry’s and attain a leading position in the ice cream industry. 

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