It's just as cool, just as indulgent as ice cream, but with a fraction of the carbs and calories
By NANCY BEAN FOSTER
Union Leader Correspondent | August 28. 2013 12:48AM
Theresa Anderson serves up a mix of gelato flavors the way it's done in Italy at Swan Chocolates in Merrimack. (NANCY BEAN FOSTER)
Made with milk, and containing a fraction of the butterfat content of ice cream, gelato offers advantages health-wise, but that's not really why people eat it, said Theresa Anderson, who owns Swan Chocolates in Merrimack with her husband Michael.
Jack Anderson, whose parents own Swan Chocolates in Merrimack, indulges in a bit of gelato, his favorite treat. (Nancy Bean Foster)
"Some of our customers are people who experienced gelato in Europe and couldn't wait to have it again," said Anderson. "But the rest are people who have heard about it and are curious to see what all the talk is about. They love it."
"It's a business that will never fail," he said. "People may not have the money to go out to dinner, but they'll always have the money to go out for gelato."
“It's fascinating to see how the flavors play off of each other,” Theresa Anderson said. “It's really fun to experiment.”email@example.com