Pizza-on-a-Cone Chain to Open First Pennsylvania Spot in Montgomery County

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Matt Ciancaglini

The King of Prussia Mall is about to get in on a fast-growing trend in the food industry: pizza in a cone.

A pizza-on-the-go franchise concept called Kono-To-Go launched last year, three years after Kono USA introduced "The Original" Kono Pizza concept in the United States in 2013.

The King of Prussia Mall will be the next stop for the Kono-To-Go concept, after local owners open up shop there amid the mall's growing food-and-beverage scene.

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It will be the first Pennsylvania location for the brand.

The 160-square-foot kiosk, expected to open on April 1, will be located between the food court and clothing retailer Charlotte Russe on the side of the mall anchored by Primark and Dick's Sporting Goods.

Kono-To-Go replaces Edible Arrangements, and it's next to a Dunkin Donuts kiosk. In 2015, local franchisees Eric, Gino and Anthony Ciancaglini opened a 200-square-foot kiosk at the Cherry Hill Mall in New Jersey.

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