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StockGuru Blog: Tootie Pie (TOOT) – The Basic Recipe for Success

 

Tootie Pie Company, Inc. (OTCBB: TOOT)

The Basic Recipe for Success – Why Tootie’s Pies Work for Restaurants.

This is not news: virtually no one eats three regular meals a day at traditional times whether they eat at home OR eat out. What may be news is the new food service term and concept: sandwich fatigue!

Do you know where people are turning as a result of sandwich fatigue? Baked Goods!

And do you know where Food Service operators are turning for Baked Goods? Frozen Baked Goods! Tootie Pie is hitting on every cylinder in this category with their broad range of pies and their trans-fat recipes.

Why are frozen baked goods the rage?

All-day frozen bakery goods are easy for operators to prepare. With a Tootie Pie the key to success is minimal preparation time, value for the customer and a quick turnover of diners. Tootie Pies are basically a frozen bakery products that is easy to bake and provide the restaurant operator with a good range of fresh baked goods.

You may be experiencing this phenomena … it was originally fueled by Starbucks and this model is creating demand for bakery alternatives in a broad range of restaurants who want to cash in on the Starbucks success.

Datamonitor recently reported about a third of the population regularly eat nothing in the morning. This leaves them hungry for a baked good later in the day. This means increasing the range of snacks and “grazing” products that can be eaten at various times of the day are crucial and bakery treats are fundamental to the new eating habits. Think Starbucks! Think bakery treats! All food service operators have taken note of the Starbuck’s phenomena.

Meal occasions are merging. People are moving away from the traditional three meals a day to five or six smaller meals at flexible eating times and food service operators must accommodate this.

A new eating environment has been created and baked goods represent the heart of this trend and Tootie Pie has just the frozen baked good – the ultimate consumer never knows it’s been frozen and the restaurant finds it easy, easy, easy to serve with a broad range of pie ingredients.

If you bake it they will come!

Website: www.tootiepieco.com

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TootiePie Company, Inc.
129 Industrial Drive
Boerne, TX 78006
Phone: (210) 737-6600
Fax: (210) 237-4750

Website: www.tootiepieco.com

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