The Wall Street Journal talks about GIO Gelati

Thank you to Marc Vartabedian, a journalist from the WSJ, for writing about GIO Gelati and what we are doing to help the local hospital and the Italian community during these difficult times by delivering happiness in the form of Italian gelato.

Marc followed Patrizia Pasqualetti, GIO Gelati Chef, and Guido Mastropaolo, GIO Gelati CEO, to talk about what GIO Gelati is doing to help the local community. GIO Gelati is helping a local hospital and, in collaboration with the Italian Community Services in San Francisco, it is also supporting the local Italian community. We believe that bringing our delicious Italian gelato to people under stress, like doctors and nurses, or in need, is a way of helping them and a way to spread a bit of Italian happiness.

You can read the article on our website or, if you have a WSJ subscription, directly on the WSJ website.


GIO Gelati has been making authentic Italian gelato in San Francisco since 2018 and quickly become the most loved gelato place in the Bay Area.
GIO Gelati is now offering a new gelato delivery service for gelato lovers. The GIO Club program offers regular delivery of delicious Italian gelato at your door every 2 or 4 weeks. It’s not ice cream, it’s gelato!