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Francesco Mastroianni, winner of the first step of the Gelato World Tour, Rome

Francesco Mastroianni, winner of the first step of the Gelato World Tour, Rome

The multipurpose gazebo  for presentations, workshops  and prize awards with UNI chairs  from Metalmobil

The multipurpose gazebo for presentations, workshops and prize awards with UNI chairs from Metalmobil

Everyone in the queue for a gelato.  These images were a constant from  early afternoon until midnight  throughout the three world gelato  days.

Everyone in the queue for a gelato. These images were a constant from early afternoon until midnight throughout the three world gelato days.

Lunette HCS and Screen  HCS on the starting blocks.  The competing masters  gelato artisans were amazed  to learn they could leave  their gelato in the display  cases overnight and find it  in perfect condition the next day.

Lunette HCS and Screen HCS on the starting blocks. The competing masters gelato artisans were amazed to learn they could leave their gelato in the display cases overnight and find it in perfect condition the next day.

The stand with the CLOUD display case

The stand with the CLOUD display case

The jury is ready to announce  the winners. On the right, Alberto  Pica, President of the Associazione  Italiana Gelatieri. Next to him,  Jury Chairman Luciana Polliotti,  journalist and academic, one of  the top experts in artisan gelato.

The jury is ready to announce the winners. On the right, Alberto Pica, President of the Associazione Italiana Gelatieri. Next to him, Jury Chairman Luciana Polliotti, journalist and academic, one of the top experts in artisan gelato.

The four gelato makers qualifying  for a place in the Gelato World Tour  grand final in Rimini in September  2014. From left, Emanuele  Montana (third); the winner  Francesco Mastroianni; Mario  Serani (technical jury prize) and  Giuseppe Lancierini (second).

The four gelato makers qualifying for a place in the Gelato World Tour grand final in Rimini in September 2014. From left, Emanuele Montana (third); the winner Francesco Mastroianni; Mario Serani (technical jury prize) and Giuseppe Lancierini (second).

Everyone in the queue for a gelato.  These images were a constant from  early afternoon until midnight  throughout the three world gelato  days.

Everyone in the queue for a gelato. These images were a constant from early afternoon until midnight throughout the three world gelato days.

On Friday 3 May at 22.00,  presentation of the world  preview of the documentary  on artisan gelato “Gelato is  Magic” produced by American  journalist Wolfgang Achtner  (left) with the contribution of IFI  President Gianfranco Tonti.

On Friday 3 May at 22.00, presentation of the world preview of the documentary on artisan gelato “Gelato is Magic” produced by American journalist Wolfgang Achtner (left) with the contribution of IFI President Gianfranco Tonti.

The village set up on the terrace  of the Pincio starts to come to life

The village set up on the terrace of the Pincio starts to come to life

Four display cases per stand, each with 2/3 operators.  The gelato makers appreciated  the convenience of the HCS back  panel, stating that with sliding  doors, working in such  conditions with the same  standards of comfort and  hygiene would have been  unthinkable.

Four display cases per stand, each with 2/3 operators. The gelato makers appreciated the convenience of the HCS back panel, stating that with sliding doors, working in such conditions with the same standards of comfort and hygiene would have been unthinkable.

The MEC3 stand with  the characteristic Hello  Kitty graphics customising  the Lunette HCS

The MEC3 stand with the characteristic Hello Kitty graphics customising the Lunette HCS

Four display cases per stand,  each with 2/3 operators.  The gelato makers appreciated  the convenience of the HCS back  panel, stating that with sliding  doors, working in such  conditions with the same  standards of comfort and  hygiene would have been  unthinkable.

Four display cases per stand, each with 2/3 operators. The gelato makers appreciated the convenience of the HCS back panel, stating that with sliding doors, working in such conditions with the same standards of comfort and hygiene would have been unthinkable.

Lunette HCS and Screen HCS on the starting blocks. The competing masters gelato artisans were amazed  to learn they could leave their gelato in the display cases overnight and find it in perfect condition the next day.

Lunette HCS and Screen HCS on the starting blocks. The competing masters gelato artisans were amazed to learn they could leave their gelato in the display cases overnight and find it in perfect condition the next day.

The stand with the Tonda display cases

The stand with the Tonda display cases

The stand with the Lunette HCS and Screen HCS display cases.

The stand with the Lunette HCS and Screen HCS display cases.