Snack Pies

Your favorite pies with the same great taste and ingredients baked in a convenient 4″ size for single serve snacks. Sold in both the ready to eat packs as well as thaw-and-serve variety.

Dessert Pies

6″, 8″, 9″ and 10″ pies in almost every flavor imaginable. Table Talk Pies specialty is making our pies in the format our customers need them, whether it be ready to serve or thaw-and-sell.

Exclusive Branding

At Table Talk Pies we work with customers from all areas of the food industry and understand the importance of branding. We are happy to offer exclusive branding as an option.

The Table Talk Pies Story…

1924
1932
1942
1960
1965
1977
1984
1985
1986
July 2003
February 7, 2015
August 2015
October 2016
January 2017
September 2017

1924

Table Talk Pies Founded by Theodore Tonna and Angelo Cotsidas, located at Clayton Street in Worcester.

1932

Company Moves to Beacon Street in Worcester.

1942

Table Talk Pies moves to Green Street/Washington Street in Worcester.

1960

Table Talk expanding Direct Store Delivery to Supermarkets throughout New England.

1965

Table Talk Pies Bought - Company sold to Beech-Nut

1977

Christos Cocaine, Mr. Tonna's son-in-law, stops working for Beech-Nut.

1984

Company closes down after changing hands several times

1985

Mr. Cocaine buys the company out of bankruptcy

1986

Mr. Cocaine reopens Table Talk Pies at the Green Street/Washington Street location.

July 2003

Harry Kokkinis, Mr. Cocaine's son starts working for the company.

February 7, 2015

Mr. Cocaine passes away.

August 2015

Table Talk Pies opens production plant for 8-inch pies on Bowditch Street in Shrewsbury.

October 2016

Company breaks ground on 50,000 square-foot building at South Worcester Industrial Park.

January 2017

Table Talk opens retail store on Green Street in the Canal District.

September 2017

Table Talk Pies expands operations at South Worcester Industrial Park on Southgate Street.
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Baseball and Pie – a perfect example of a match made in Worcester. For over ten seasons, fans have enjoyed pie at the ballpark on a hot summer night, and kids have been overjoyed to throw their face into the middle of one in the “Table Talk Pie Eating Contest.” Smiles are baked right here in Worcester at Table Talk Pies!”

Dave Peterson

Worcester Bravehearts

It’s been a long time.  50 years ago, when I was just a teenager, my parents worked, but my mom always left me a Table Talk pie as a snack when I got home from school.  I enjoyed them for years, but somewhere along the way (like college), the little pies left my menu.  Well, time passed.  I entered the talent and advertising fields and my wife (who’d been an arts major in graduate school) became a personal chef.  As such, she’s known in the nearby grocery stores and sometimes gets freebies.  One of which was a Table Talk full size apple pie.  I had a chuckle  as we sat down that night for our dessert.  And we both said “Wow!  It was that good.  Just like I remembered.  That was about a dozen pies ago – and we’re having a Table Talk pie on our table tonight.  In these days of mergers and cost cutting, thanks for keeping a great product – great still.

Jerry Carroll

Worcester, MA