Boston Herald - - NEWS - By OWEN BOSS

The Bay State’s own Ta­ble Talk Pies, known na­tion­wide for their fa­mous 4-inch snack pies, will soon be pump­ing out more than 4 mil­lion of its de­li­cious pas­tries a week, thanks to the com­pany’s new 50,000-square-foot man­u­fac­tur­ing fa­cil­ity in Worces­ter.

The Worces­ter-based com­pany, founded in 1924 by two Greek im­mi­grants, is one of the coun­try’s lead­ing pie mak­ers, whose prod­ucts are sold in su­per­mar­kets from coast to coast. The ad­di­tion of the new fa­cil­ity at the long-va­cant South Worces­ter In­dus­trial Park will al­low the com­pany to add more than 50 jobs to its cur­rent 300 full-time and sea­sonal work­force.


FLOUR AR­RANGE­MENT: Guests gather near pal­lets of flour be­fore tak­ing a tour of the new Ta­ble Talk Pies fa­cil­ity in Worces­ter yes­ter­day. The new space will al­low the com­pany to add 50 em­ploy­ees to its work­force.

MAK­ING DOUGH: Ta­ble Talk Pies Pres­i­dent Harry Kokki­nis, above, and at left with his mother Mary T. Co­caine, as they bow their heads for a bless­ing of the new fa­cil­ity by the Rev. Dean N. Pa­le­ol­o­gos.

OFF THE CHARTS: Guests, be­low, don hair nets at the new Ta­ble Talk Pies fa­cil­ity on South­gate Street in Worces­ter, shown above.


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