Talenti® Gelato & Sorbetto calls on fans to save their favorite pint flavors


Talenti ® ― the best-selling gelato in America ― today announced that it will retire select flavors in order to make room for new delicious Talenti flavors coming in 2019, and it's up to fans to save their favorite flavors. The brand is calling on fans to share photos of their favorite pint, or reasons why they love it, using #SaveYourFave on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. The flavors that get the most love will remain a part of the Talenti flavor lineup. 

"To make room for the exciting new flavors we are launching in 2019, Talenti needs help deciding which flavors to retire," said Russel Lilly, Director of Packaged Ice Cream. "Talenti has an incredibly passionate and vocal fan base, and we want them to have a say in which products we keep in our lineup." 

Talenti is available in grocery stores nationwide for a suggested retail price of $4.99-$5.99 per pint. To help all fans stock up on their favorite pint flavors, Talenti is offering coupons on Coupons.com – $1.75 off one pint and $4 off any two pints beginning August 13. For more information on Talenti and how to #SaveYourFave, please visit TalentiGelato.com/findtalenti or Talenti on Instagram. To download images of Talenti, please click here. 

About Talenti® Gelato & Sorbetto 

Talenti began as a gelateria in 2003 and has since grown into the best-selling packaged gelato in the United States. A wholly-owned subsidiary of Unilever, Talenti is committed to using artisanal methods and uses only the finest, carefully sourced ingredients – Belgian Chocolate, select coconuts from the Philippines and dulce de leche from a classic Argentinian recipe are just a few of the many fine ingredients used to create Talenti gelatos and sorbettos. 

For a full list of Talenti products and to find retail locations that sell Talenti, please visit www.TalentiGelato.com. To keep up with Talenti news, visit Talenti on Facebook, Instagram or follow us on Twitter. 

About Unilever United States, Inc. 

Unilever is one of the world's leading suppliers of Food, Home Care, Personal Care and Refreshment products with sales in more than 190 countries and reaching 2.5 billion consumers a day. In the United States, the portfolio includes brand icons such as Axe, Ben & Jerry's, Breyers, Caress, Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy, Country Crock, Degree, Dollar Shave Club, Dove, Good Humor, Hellmann's, I Can't Believe It's Not Butter!, Klondike, Knorr, Lever 2000, Lipton, Magnum, Nexxus, Noxzema, Pond's, Popsicle, Promise, Q-tips, Seventh Generation, Simple, St. Ives, Suave, Sir Kensington's, Talenti Gelato & Sorbetto, TIGI, TONI&GUY, TRESemmé and Vaseline. All of the preceding brand names are trademarks or registered trademarks of the Unilever Group of Companies. 

Unilever employs approximately 8,000 people in the United States – generating more than $9 billion in sales in 2016. 

The Unilever Sustainable Living Plan commits to: 

Helping more than a billion people take action to improve their health and well-being by 2020.Halving the environmental impact of our products by 2030.Enhancing the livelihoods of millions of people by 2020.The USLP creates value by driving growth and trust, eliminating costs and reducing risks. The company's sustainable living brands are growing 50% faster than the rest of the business and delivered more than 60% of the company's growth in 2016. 

Unilever was ranked number one in its sector in the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Index. In the FTSE4Good Index, it achieved the highest environmental score of 5. It led the list of Global Corporate Sustainability Leaders in the 2017 GlobeScan/SustainAbility annual survey for the seventh year running. Unilever has pledged to become carbon positive in its operations by 2030. 


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