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Gelatissimo welcomes summer with $2 scoops, new festive flavour

The promotion is available across the chain’s 41 stores.

Gelatissimo announced it will dish out $2 scoops and giveaways on December 1 to welcome the arrival of summer.

The annual event will see most of Gelatissimo’s 41 Australian stores serve gelato for the said cost between 4 to 8pm.

“This has undoubtedly been a challenging, long and often isolating year for Australians. We want to help change that by bringing some fun, delicious and affordable joy back to our communities,” Gelatissimo CEO Filipe Barbosa said in a media release.

The event will also herald the official launch of Gelatissimo’s festive flavour called the Gingerbread Cookie Dough Made with Buderim Ginger.

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