Pino Gelato Brings Its Crispycones Pizza Cones to Two New U.S. Locations

Hilton Head, S.C., July 27, 2011 — Hilton Head-based Pino Gelato is expanding availability of its popular Crispycones pizza cones with two new store openings in the Haywood Mall in Greenville, South Carolina and in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Pino Gelato first offered pizza cones at its flagship store in Hilton Head, South Carolina, and demand quickly soared due to rave reviews and coverage on the Food Network’s television program “Unwrapped”.  Pino Gelato expanded the offering to its Dublin, Ohio and Roanoke, Virginia locations, and expects to serve Crispycones in more of its locations soon.

The freshly prepared product enables customers to eat their favorite types of pizza on the go with only one hand and virtually mess free.  Crispycones are savory baked bread cones that have a crispy outer crust and a tender flaky bite, making them delicious and easy to eat.  Each cone is filled with a variety of quality pizza ingredients, such as cheese, sauce and a range of toppings. The individual cones are prepared fresh daily and baked to perfection on the spot.

“This product is a healthy, easy meal for patrons in need of a quick lunch, children who want a fun meal and everyone in between,” explains Pino Gelato owner Ramona Fantini. “The product has been a nice complement to our gelato, and we are looking forward to serving Crispycones in several more Pino Gelato locations.”

About Pino Gelato

Pino Gelato currently has twelve locations in six states, with several more openings scheduled this year.  The company operates under a licensing, rather than a franchising, business model.  Pino Gelato offers a product that has a wholesome and distinct flavor, which only genuine gelato can provide.  Using a unique recipe, its gelato and sorbetto are made from the freshest ingredients.  Blended with care, Pino Gelato is rich and full of flavor, yet is much lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than traditional American ice cream.

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