Where do you produce your Panini Pies?

The Panini Pies are produced at Calverton Food incubator maintained by Stony Brook University. This is a fully licensed commissary kitchen, where multiple food start-ups share facilities. The details about Calverton Incubator can be found here  

Is Panini Pie Factory licensed?

Yes, our company has 20-C license issued by NY Department of agriculture  permitting us production and sale of food products. Just two weeks ago we had an inspection of our production process by the State, which we passed with grade A  and no negative comments

How are Panini Pies packaged and preserved? 

We package our Panini Pies in a sealed shrinkable plastic pockets, which assured the structural integrity of product, prevent it from drying up during freezing, as well as from contamination during handling and deliveries. This packaging uses the minimum amount of plastic and is environmentally friendly while remaining cost effective. Right after packaging the Panini Pies are being frozen to a temperature around zero Fahrenheit. 

How are Panini Pies delivered

We offer home delivery of Panini Pies in Queens, Brooklyn, and selected areas of East-Northern Nassau County. We try to deliver the pies on the same or the next days. They come completely frozen and shall be placed in a freezer right after delivery to avoid their thawing. If a customer is not home at the time of delivery we leave the order in a biodegradable bag with a frozen ice pack to keep them frozen longer. 

How long Panini Pies can be kept frozen and does freezing affect their taste?

The longest we kept panini pies frozen was two months. After thawing and reheating them in accordance with instruction they tasted as well as freshly baked pies. 

What is the best way to reheat Panini Pies?

It is important to let Panini Pies to thaw completely naturally - at room temperature of in a refrigerator. Once thawed they can be reheated in one of several ways as described on the reheating instruction section of the website

Where do you produce your Panini Pies?

The Panini Pies are produced at Calverton Food incubator maintained by Stony Brook University. This is a fully licensed commissary kitchen, where multiple food start-ups share facilities. The details about Calverton Incubator can be found here  

Is Panini Pie Factory licensed as a food producer?

Yes, our company has 20-C license issued by NY Department of agriculture  permitting us production and sale of food products. Just two weeks ago we had an inspection of our production process by the State, which we passed with grade A  and no negative comments

How are Panini Pies packaged and preserved? 

We package our Panini Pies in a sealed shrinkable plastic pockets, which assured the structural integrity of product, prevent it from drying up during freezing, as well as from contamination during handling and deliveries. This packaging uses the minimum amount of plastic and is environmentally friendly while remaining cost effective. Right after packaging the Panini Pies are being frozen to a temperature around zero Fahrenheit. 

How are Panini Pies delivered

We offer home delivery of Panini Pies in Queens, Brooklyn, and selected areas of East-Northern Nassau County. We try to deliver the pies on the same or the next days. They come completely frozen and shall be placed in a freezer right after delivery to avoid their thawing. If a customer is not home at the time of delivery we leave the order in a biodegradable bag with a frozen ice pack to keep them frozen longer. 

How long Panini Pies can be kept frozen and does freezing affect their taste?

The longest we kept panini pies frozen was two months. After thawing and reheating them in accordance with instruction they tasted as well as freshly baked pies. 

Where do you source ingredients for your Panini Pies?

We use Sir Gallaher flour, which we buy from a local Long Island distributor Inter-County Bakery. As for other ingredients, we are trying when possible to use local Long Island farms for vegetables, and when it becomes impossible we source vegetable and meats from such wholesalers as Costco making sure that they adhere to the highest standards of freshness and taste.