- Wrights Pies
Wrights Pies (Shelton) Ltd. is a manufacturer of
baked goodsand confectionerybased in Stoke-on-Trent, England.
The company was founded in
1926by John James Wright and is still family-owned. The Stoke factory is now used for confectionery production with the main premises based in Crewe.
Wrights has 13 retail outlets around Stoke-on-Trent plus a
wholesaledelivery operation which covers most of the North West of England. Overall, the company produces 400,000 individual items every day, and exports to 26 countries.
Second only to the famous Oatcake, the Wrights Pie is much loved* in North Staffordshire.
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* "Pottermouth's Battlecry" for Stoke City F.C." Neville Carruthers " eat all the pies the big fat git... (You Tube - April 2008)
* [http://www.wrightspies.co.uk/ Official Website]
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