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Cono Italiano, Inc. owns the manufacturing and distribution rights for the United States, Canada and Mexico to market a Cone shaped food product known as a "Pizza Cono.
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Market Capitalization $3.8M
Est Float 56M
Outstanding Shares 102.8M
Quotation OTC.BB

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Keyport, NJ
United States, 07735

Phone: 908-675-6360
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  • The US fast food market generated total revenues of $51.3 billion in 2005, an increase of 2.6% since 2004   
  • The fast food market is forecast to maintain its current performance, with an anticipated CAGR of 2.3% for the five-year period 2005-2010 expected to drive the market to a value of $57.6 billion by the end of 2010. 
  • The Pizza Cone's drip free bottom allows you to eat while "on the go" 
  • The Pizza Cone's calories are equal to or less than the traditional wrap with 40% less Sodium 
  • The Cone can be sold with unlimited variety of fillings Breakfast -Snacks -Lunch- Dinner

  ·         Cone can be prepared using Turbochef Tornado Oven in a 60 seconds or less when prepared using fresh ingredients

"The demographic of pizza eaters is about the same as oxygen breathers," says Steve Green, publisher of PMQ's Pizza Magazine, a trade publication

Cono Italiano, Inc. Partners With Interstate Caterers for Manufacturing and New Facility Location

Cono Italiano, Inc. (OTC.BB:CNOZ - News), the exclusive license holder for the North American Distribution and Manufacturing rights for "pizza cono," a one-of-a-kind, drip-free, cone shaped pizza made from proprietary dough, is pleased to announce their agreement with Interstate Caterers to manufacture Cono Italiano's line of frozen food products at their FDA approved facility in South Plainfield, New Jersey.

"We have a high level of confidence that Interstate will manufacture Cono Italiano's product with the highest level of integrity and efficiency," said Mitchell Brown, CEO, Cono Italiano. "They will not only serve as a manufacturer, but a useful asset in marketing and distributing our product."



Cono Italiano just added an additional 10,000 sq feet to the already existing 10,000 sq feet  that has been operating since Feburary 2012!


Cono Italiano's Popular Pizza Cones at the core-mark vendor show! take note these are core-mark vips enjoying our cones!



Cono Italiano's Popular Pizza Cone and Empanadas Invade the Jersey Shore!



Pizza cones, new ethnic foods, artisanal fare heading to Canadian stores

The Pizza Cornetto was among the new and emerging products showcased at the event, which highlights items heading for Canadian stores.

TORONTO - Ice cream and frozen yogurt may soothe cravings for a frosty, sweet treat, but those craving something warm and savoury might soon be munching on cheese and pepperoni in a cone.

Vince Pettinicchio, CEO and managing director Quebec-based Aliments MSU Foods Canada Inc., said the pizza cone was a European fad which started four years ago. His company is the Canadian importer of the product which he sees as "revolutionary in its category."

"You can hold it in your hand, you can walk around with it," he said during the Grocery Innovations Canada conference and trade show the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

The two-day event offered a glimpse into the future of emerging food products Canadian consumers could soon see at the supermarket.

In an interview prior to Grocery Innovations Canada, John Scott, president and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers, said that the growing presence of ethnic foods on store shelves is one that "continues to explode."

The international flavour was in abundance at the event, with a proliferation of sauces, spices and marinades.

Vincent Uy of British Columbia-based 7000 Island Foods said they are targeting mainstream Canadian consumers with their Pulo Philippine Cuisine product line.

While initially focused on the B.C. and Ontario markets, they plan for a national distribution of the Canadian-made marinades and cooking sauces with Philippine-inspired flavours like coconut adobo and pineapple tamarind, he added.

Sandeep Khanna, director of marketing for Weston Bakeries Limited, said the company was inspired to bring Canadian consumers flatbreads from various parts of the world with a focus on South Asian, Mediterranean and Persian cooking as it launches its Flat Oven Bakery line.

Canadians are becoming more adventurous eaters because of travel and exposure to other cultures, he noted.

"We believe there is a tremendous opportunity for consumers to actually use these products in their everyday cooking - not just when they feel like cooking Indian food or Greek food - but actually use it on a regular basis," Khanna said.

Such alternatives could include using barbari flatbread to make bruschetta or margherita pizza, or chapati roti as a wrap for kids' lunch, he noted.

Growing consumer interest in where products are made and an interest in healthier options were also reflected among the homegrown offerings.

From Farm to Table Canada Inc. president Becky Smollett, an Ontario-based manufacturer of locally grown and healthy snack products, is featuring ancient grains in its latest range of popped and unpopped corn kernels, and whole grain microwaveable pop-a-cobs.

"People want to know where their food was grown and where it was processed, and they are looking for healthy versions."

Long before going trans-fat free was the craze, Kirby and Marcie Punshon of Regina-based Koko Patisserie used all-natural ingredients in their baked goods. The range of artisanal pastries, treats and cakes are sourced from Saskatchewan organic flour milled by a farmer just outside of the city.

"Those were just our principles when we started, and now it seems to be the emphasis which is great," said Kirby, who started the business with Marcie out of their home kitchen.

"But it's still on a pure ingredient deck. It still has to be pure butter, it still has to be pure peaches - it can't be flavourings. It has to be the real stuff."

Koko Patisserie took home honours among the top 10 most innovative products at the conference and trade show, and are expanding beyond their Saskatchewan base with entry into B.C. and Ontario.

Food trend expert and culinary consultant Christine Couvelier said there continues to be an emphasis on "culinary communication" - both between the chef and consumer and farmer and consumer.

"Farmers want us to know what's in it, the food producers that show up at food shows want to talk to you about what's in their product, and that's all around culinary communication," said Couvelier, whose Culinary Concierge business helps companies develop new products and marketing strategies.

"Consumers know more than they ever have about food and food products and tastes and what they should be like. And they've travelled more than they ever have to culinary destinations and they've enjoyed the foods. So we need that communication."

"For a long time, communication with food products on grocery shelves the products were telling us what wasn't in the food. `No sodium, no fat....' But they've turned that around, and a lot of producers are now talking about what's IN the food."

Couvelier said this year's event featured a strong thematic emphasis on pride and tradition, with companies producing and celebrating products with authenticity.

"Remember when we used to be able to buy pasta sauce and we would just buy `pasta sauce.' And then, all of a sudden, there got to be Italian pasta sauces, and then it became marinara pasta sauce from Tuscany... and that was the authenticity," she said.

"I'm seeing that a lot in the show this year. So people are proud of where the food comes from and what they stand behind it."


Cono Italiano's Popular Pizza Cones Invade Canada with the help of our friends from MSU!

PhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto: Guess who had one of the biggest booths in the show!Photo


Cono Italiano's Popular Pizza Cone and Empanadas are about to hit the frozen food sections in a store near you!

Photo: It's Christmas in November!PhotoPhotoPhotoPhotoPhoto

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#16189   LMAO! Flipped with all the potential that CNOZ BeerIsGood 03/02/12 11:14:51 AM
#16188   Beer, I'm assuming that many people have flipped CJAKE1 03/02/12 11:08:17 AM
#16187   what are cheapies to you? Under nickle? BeerIsGood 03/02/12 11:03:09 AM
#16186   Ask back up to .05 How many more CJAKE1 03/02/12 10:59:25 AM
#16185   agreed bud CNOZ is a great stock! pumpnass 03/02/12 10:56:21 AM
#16184   Great time to average down at these levels. BeerIsGood 03/02/12 10:54:29 AM
#16183   No need to be depressed, there's a whole BeerIsGood 03/02/12 10:47:55 AM
#16182   and one more thing pump will be adding pumpnass 03/02/12 10:47:01 AM
#16181   whats wrong bud you think pump is gone lol pumpnass 03/02/12 10:44:32 AM
#16180   Im ok, I still believe in this its KingReptile 03/02/12 10:32:26 AM
#16179   Pump is still here, but staying a little ginger10 03/02/12 10:15:28 AM
#16178   I think the name was changed because of Captain Hindsight 03/02/12 09:44:11 AM
#16177   So what is going on here? Why did KingReptile 03/02/12 09:23:22 AM
#16176   Yes, All they would tell me it BeerIsGood 03/02/12 08:45:36 AM
#16175   Beer, Gagged? Maybe just a mouthful of cones CJAKE1 03/02/12 08:36:46 AM
#16174   Last I called, TA was gagged. BeerIsGood 03/02/12 08:29:35 AM
#16173   Why did pump change his name and yes KingReptile 03/02/12 07:57:20 AM
#16172   Has anyone spoke with the TA and verified Captain Hindsight 03/02/12 07:36:50 AM
#16171   Pump is watching from above. Geoffroi 03/02/12 01:04:43 AM
#16170   I think pump made his money bud ,on Puss N Boots 03/02/12 12:27:34 AM
#16169   $$Making$IT$$ is pump. Prodigy 03/02/12 12:25:52 AM
#16168   What happened to pump??? KingReptile 03/02/12 12:11:14 AM
#16167   Welcome to penny world my friend. CNOZ's history Dave311 03/02/12 12:06:07 AM
#16166   really?? id rather have some 7's skipdonohue 03/01/12 11:47:27 PM
#16165   I'm hungry for some 4s tomorrow nom nom nom! Dave311 03/01/12 10:30:46 PM
#16164   Let's get to mid 4's before a PR Puss N Boots 03/01/12 08:48:53 PM
#16163   hey coneheads it all good in the hood! pumpnass 03/01/12 08:32:52 PM
#16162   hope ure right.. acc724 03/01/12 08:21:05 PM
#16161   You go! I like your way of kped 03/01/12 07:26:56 PM
#16160   Attorneys could mean lawsuit, contract, or financials. Putnam14 03/01/12 07:26:33 PM
#16159   I'm holding 2's for a year now and Puss N Boots 03/01/12 06:21:02 PM
#16158   Well, I do a lot of fraud research. iheartweimers 03/01/12 06:09:57 PM
#16157   iheart, Thanks for the info. Someone also talked CJAKE1 03/01/12 05:51:33 PM
#16156   There was some talk about Cono coupons a iheartweimers 03/01/12 05:36:45 PM
#16155   Your beans are about to be some cumbersome Jazz5 03/01/12 04:53:52 PM
#16154   This is not looking good need some news Puss N Boots 03/01/12 04:42:50 PM
#16153   Hey CJ I actually talked with Mitch yesterday. Jazz5 03/01/12 04:37:47 PM
#16152   No worries, this will run. I grabbed a Jazz5 03/01/12 04:24:37 PM
#16151   At least,the trade that dropped CNOZ,was 32K CJAKE1 03/01/12 04:05:30 PM
#16150   Yep, that was me!!!! Jazz5 03/01/12 01:22:25 PM
#16149   20K buy. Someone found a sweet spot.0515 and .0511 CJAKE1 03/01/12 01:20:17 PM
#16148   skip,You've been helpful. We've got BIG HOPES!! In CJAKE1 03/01/12 01:11:17 PM
#16147   Penny, I doubt that the flippers are in CJAKE1 03/01/12 01:08:09 PM
#16146   well he did explain he's been busy all skipdonohue 03/01/12 01:00:09 PM
#16145   If they don't come with concrete info, CNOZ Smilin' Penny Assassin 03/01/12 12:45:07 PM
#16144   I hope for my sake it stays at jpm06565 03/01/12 12:40:37 PM
#16143   Wow, not for nothing but it's already March Smilin' Penny Assassin 03/01/12 12:37:23 PM
#16142   I want some pizza PIZAZZ CJAKE1 03/01/12 12:28:46 PM
#16141   I guess "straight from the ceo's mouth" doesn't Jm08 03/01/12 12:05:57 PM
#16140   3500 buy...caused the Bid to go up .05 CJAKE1 03/01/12 11:54:54 AM