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Chef Pierre® Hi-Pie® Premium Fruit Pie 9" Unbaked Fruits of the Forest 6ct/37oz

A tasty mix of sweet strawberries, Michigan apples, Washington raspberries, rhubarb from Oregon and ripe blackberries fill our tender, flaky crust.

Chef Pierre® Hi-Pie® Premium Fruit Pie 9" Unbaked Fruits of the Forest 6ct/37oz

Features & Benefits

  • No high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors or colors from artificial sources
  • Filled with nearly a pound of fruit, delivering flavor from baking in their natural juices
  • Innovative process tumbles fruit with sugar and spices providing perfect balance in every bite
  • Top crust bakes up tender and flaky with a homemade appearance
  • Kosher KVH-D
Outer Case
GTIN 10032100060346
Net Weight 13.875
Gross Weight 16.91
Dimensions 9.563"x10.625"x18.813"
Case Cube 1.11
Pallet Cases/Layer 10
Pallet Layers 3
Inner Package
UPC 0 32100 06034 9
Dimensions 9.031"x3.25"x9.031"
Frozen Shelf Life (In Days) 545
Kosher KVH-D

BAKING & HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS

STORE FROZEN UNTIL READY TO USE

  1. Preheat
    Place sheet pan in oven.
    Preheat CONVENTIONAL oven to 400°F  |  CONVECTION oven to 350°F (with blower fan on)
     
  2. Prepare Pie
    Remove frozen pie(s) from carton; remove overwrap.
    To repair cracked or broken crust, moisten with warm water and press over damaged area. 
    If desired, cut four 1-inch slits evenly spaced in top crust to vent pie; place pie(s) on preheated sheet pan.

  3. Bake
    CONVENTIONAL oven 60-65 minutes  | CONVECTION oven 50-55 minutes
    Bake until crusts are light brown or filling starts to boil.
    NOTE: For food safety and quality, pies must be heated to an internal temperature of 165°F / 74°C minimum. Ovens vary; adjust time and temperature as necessary.
    Remove pie(s) from oven on baking sheet and cool at room temperature for a minimum of 2 hours.
     
  4. Package and merchandise as directed.

Nutrition Facts

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*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Disclaimer: The Sara Lee Frozen Bakery website features Nutritional Facts compliant with the revised FDA label requirements. Products purchased in market may still reflect older Nutritional Facts labels.

Eggs
Milk
Peanuts
Soy
Tree Nuts
Wheat

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