My wife brought home a pie from the Chatham Village Market. It's in a plain brown box with two printed labels on the top from what looks to be a computer printer. One proclaims STORE BAKED, the other the type of pie.
There's a third label on the front of the box that says IN-STORE BAKERY and has the price.
So you'd think this was a locally made pie with good ingredients. NOPE.
On the bottom of the box is the tell. Made in the USA by SatisPie, Rochester, NY. Ingredients contain high fructose corn syrup, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, and modified corn starch.
Pretty sleazy, don't you think?