Answers to your Questions on Thrive Gelato
Q. What is Thrive Gelato and why is it unique?
A. Thrive Gelato is a nutritionally fortified frozen dessert that tastes great! A 4-fluid ounce serving contains 260 calories, 9 grams of protein, and 24 vitamins and minerals. It is certified kosher dairy by the Orthodox Union. Thrive Gelato does not contain any artificial colors, hormones or fillers.
Q. What is the difference in Ice Cream and Gelato.
A. Gelato contains less air and is denser than regular ice cream. Gelato typically has a more intense flavor than regular ice cream. Like ice cream, gelato is creamy and smooth in its body and texture.
Q. Is Thrive Gelato gluten free?
A. The ingredients in Thrive Gelato do not contain any gluten. Testing by a certified laboratory has shown Thrive Gelato to contain less than 10ppm of gluten.
Q. Which allergens are present in Thrive Gelato?
A. All Thrive Gelato flavors contain milk.
Q. Is Thrive Gelato suitable for people who are lactose intolerant?
A. Thrive Gelato is suitable for individuals who are lactose intolerant. The milk protein isolate we use has had the lactose reduced through a membrane filtration process so each 4-fluid ounce serving contains just 2 grams of lactose.
Q. What flavors are available in Thrive Gelato?
A. Vanilla, Wild Berry (seedless), Chocolate, and Butter Pecan (does not contain any nut meats).
Q. What type of protein is used in Thrive Gelato?
A. Thrive Gelato contains whey protein concentrate, skim milk and calcium caseinate.
Q. How is Thrive Gelato sweetened?
A. Thrive Gelato contains sucrose, a liquid sugar made from sugar cane or sugar beets, Thrive Gelato does not contain high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) or artificial sweeteners.
Q. Is Thrive Gelato Suitable for people with swallowing issues?
A. Thrive Gelato is ideal for those with dysphagia and other swallowing issues. It has been tested by a third party lab and found to fall in the IDDSI Level 2 and NDD nectar thick when melted.
Q. Why is Thrive Gelato better than other frozen supplements?
A. Nine out of 10 panelists preferred Thrive Gelato in a blind taste test against another popular frozen dessert. Higher preference leads to higher consumption rates and better health outcomes.