Do you think the best part of a sundae cone is the chocolatey tip at the bottom? You are not alone! Muddy Bites is a new startup company dedicated to selling just that: bite-sized waffled cones filled with milk chocolate.
The brainchild behind it all is Nick Cavegn, an American entrepreneur who hails from North Dakota. He plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter beginning September 24th. Eventually, he wants to sell a package of about fifteen mini-cones for $ 3.49. There will also be an option of buying 10 bags for $24.99.
Cavegn told The Daily Meal he got the idea after eating "hundreds of sundae cones" throughout his life. “It was weird, despite the massive popularity of the tasty treat, when I looked around, there was nothing on the market for it,” he said in a release.
You can pre-order your Muddy Bites here and you'll receive a 30% discount coupon.
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