Table Talk Pies Breaks Ground On New Warehouse In Worcester, Mass.
Table Talk Pies and Tippmann Innovation broke ground in late February on a new cold storage facility in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Cold storage contractor Tippmann Innovation of Fort Wayne, Indiana, is constructing a -10°F freezer warehouse that maximizes energy efficiency, according to the companies. The freezer sits adjacent to Table Talk’s 150,000-s.f. manufacturing facility, which will enable the facility to streamline the production and distribution processes. The facility now is able to produce at full capacity and store finished goods on-site instead of using outside public cold storage.
Phantom Gourmet Jan 28, 2019
Dan Andelman gets a tour of the brand new Table Talk Pies factory in Worcester, MA . Plus, a visit to “The Pie Store”, selling discount pies and pie shakes right down the street.
Phantom Gourmet segment WBZ-TV’s News Friday 11/16/18
Chronicle Updated: 8:00 PM EDT May 2, 2018
In Worcester, the name Table Talk has been synonymous with pie since 1924…especially the beloved four-inch pie…”me snack,” as some say.
Not all 10,000 pies an hour make it to market. Good news for us, those deemed perfectly imperfect can be had at bargain prices at the pie store on Green Street.
By Lisa Eckelbecker
Telegram & Gazette Staff
Posted April 14, 2018
WORCESTER – Take about 11 acres of land, buy much of the property, tear down decrepit buildings, give new construction a tax break and then resell available parcels to developers.
That’s the recipe the city of Worcester followed with the South Worcester Industrial Park over close to two decades, a swath of land wedged between Canterbury Street and railroad tracks. The land was once home to metal and machine manufacturers, a foundry and an auto salvage business.
Today, the park is home to a pie maker and a manufacturing equipment seller. Soon, a modern manufacturing building for small businesses or startups will rise on another parcel. All of the parcels bought and cleared by the city have been sold or have deals in place.
By Enjoli Francis, Eric Noll, Bob Henault, Esther Castillejo
Dec. 14, 2017
Table Talk Pies in Worcester, Massachusetts, was founded in 1924 and is still family-owned. Each week, 300 workers bake up to 4 million of the company’s signature mini pies.
New England Real Estate Journal
December 15, 2017
Worcester, MA Greater Worcester leadership and community members joined Table Talk Pies president and owner Harry Kokkinis recently to celebrate the opening of Table Talk Pies’ new 50,000 s/f manufacturing facility.
Table Talk Pies, Inc. known for its signature 4-inch snack pies is expanding with the opening of a new manufacturing facility in the South Worcester Industrial Park (SWIP), which has been vacant for 20 years. The new impressive facility will allow the company to increases production capacity to create over 4 million 4-inch pies per week and will add over 50 jobs to its current 300 full-time and seasonal staff. Founded in 1924 by two Greek immigrants, the business has become one of the country’s leading pie companies with products sold in hundreds of supermarkets throughout the country. Since its start, the Worcester homegrown company has held a firm commitment to producing the highest quality pies while serving its local neighborhood.