First frozen fortified of bread wafers they came manifactured in Italy. Caterina de’ Medici through the Italian servitude and its cooks introduced its prescriptions in France during the Rinascimento.

In England instead, always to work of Italians, such tradition is diffused alone in the Sixteenth century. Cones in paper or metal came used in France, Germany and Great Britain, during XIX the century, in order to eat the ice cream. One of the first references to an eatable cone can be found in the kitchen book » Mrs To. B. Marshall’ s Cookery Book» , written in 1888 from celebrated Agnes Marshall.

The prescription of the «Cornetto with crema» it indicates that — «the cornetti they were made with cooked almonds and the furnace, not pressed between iron plates «. It moreover adds — «these cornetti can be filled up also with any ice cream or sorbetto or cream or yield, and served to lunch or cena».

Mrs Marshall was an influential innovatrice and yields the much popular ice cream in Great Britain. It published two specific prescription books on ice creams and patented moreover a machine for ice creams. 13 December 1903, Italo Marchioni (1868-1954), of Italian origin (Vodo di Cadore) and resident in New York City, received the American licence Nr. 746971 for the invention of the cone frozen that it had sold in America sin from 1896.

It seems indeed that idea was born from a state of necessity dell’ Italian, since initially its ice cream came served in glasies of glass. It happened of frequent that the same ones did not come given back to the ice-cream dealer, or that they were broken off accidentally slipping from the hands of the customers, comportandogli therefore a small loss of happens them. It is currently l’ inventor more credited own in virtue of that licence that the same one demanded to first of the 1900’s.

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Someone instead think that the cone frozen instead has been invented to Saint Louis, Missouri in 1904 to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, where the history says that pasticciere Syrian, Enrst Hamwi, that it was selling zalabia, a croccante paste and dripping of syrup cooked in a pressa hot for wafer, it went in aid to close ice cream vendor, perhaps Arnold Fornachou or Charles Menches, that it was ending the plates, arrotolanto the zalabia still warm to form of cone in way could contain the ice cream. However, many men who sold tartlets to the World’ s Fair supported of being be the inventors of the single cone frozen and after Marchioni, citing a variety of various inspirations. After the fair, the popular cone frozen divenne to St. Louis in 1904. The history of Hamwi exclusively is based on a letter that it wrote in 1928, very 25 years after the licence of Marchioni, to the Ice Cream Trade Journal, after to have founded the Cornucopia Waffle Company, that it had become the Missouri Cone Company. For that period, l’industry of the cones frozen produced already approximately 250 million cones l’ year in all the nation.

The production on industrial scale of the first cones, that they came by hand rolled up, happened around 1912. Frederick Bruckman, an inventor of Portland, Oregon, patented a machine in order to roll up the cones frozen. It sold its company to the Nabisco in 1928.

The idea to sell frozen cones frozen era gives along time a dream of the ice cream producers, but it was not that in 1959 that an other Italian, a sure Spica, producer of frozen with center to Naples, resolved the problem of the ice cream that rendered the cone soaked. Spica invented a process in which l’ inside of the wafer came isolated from the ice cream thanks to a layer of oil, sugar and chocolate. Spica recorded the name » Cornetto» in 1960. The sales begin them were insufficient, but in 1976 the Unilever acquired the Spica and began a solid campaign of marketing in all Europe, rendering the «Cornetto» one of the more popular ice creams of the world.

(Source: Wikipedia)