Tonitto 1939’s revenues are growing by double digits and the focus is now on Japan

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The turnover of Tonitto 1939, a family-run SME leader in the production of sugar-free sorbet and ice cream, is growing by double digits, closing 2023 with 14.5 million in revenues. An increase of 23% over 2022 while growth over the four-year period is 93%. In recent years the SME has accelerated on the internationalization front by focusing on the markets of Europe, the Middle East and the Far East with both its own brand products and private label products thanks to agreements with local chains of large-scale distribution in over thirty markets around the world.

After landing in South Korea in 2024, the focus is on Japan. As regards the Italian market, a further stimulus for growth comes from the Italian market thanks to the ongoing expansion of distribution and the inclusion of numerous new products, from sorbets to ice creams without added sugars up to high protein ones, in large-scale retail brands. «We are particularly satisfied with the numbers we recorded this year – says Alberto Piscioneri, general manager of Tonitto 1939 -. These results fit into a year full of changes, with the managerialization of the company which involved roles and people in a new challenge. For this reason it means that the work that has been done and the path recently taken seems the most right one which will lead us to further growth also in 2024, the first year of the new four-year corporate strategic plan which will be fundamental for the development of the company ».

Among the new products arriving in the coming months is the new range of Keto ice creams specifically designed to meet the needs of consumers who follow the diet of the same name or who simply monitor their carbohydrate intake. They offer 30% fewer carbs than standard ice cream averaging just 25 grams per cup and are low in net carbs and have no added sugar. On the commercial activity front, Tonitto’s management will be present at the main retail and agri-food events including, in March, at the Foodex in Tokyo, the most important agri-food trade fair in Japan. First it will be at Marca, in January in Bologna, Gulfood, in February in Dubai and Plma in May in Amsterdam.



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