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Tastykake Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 4300 S 26th St, Philadelphia, PA 19112, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 215-221-8500
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Number of Employees: 1000
  • Established: 1914
  • Founder: Philip J. Baur and Herbert T. Morris
  • Key People: Charlie Pizzi

Tastykake Headquarters Location & Directions

Tastykake Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Paul D. Ridder

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer and Senior Vice President

Autumn R. Bayles

Senior Vice President of Strategic Operations

Laurence Weilheimer

Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

About Tastykake, History and Headquarters Information

Tastykake is a line of snack foods which are manufactured by Tasty Baking Company. Its headquarter is in the Philadelphia Naval Business Center which is in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its parent organization is Flowers Food.
The Tasty Baking Company was founded in 1914 and has over 1000 employees. It is the one which changed the world of snack cakes, when the founder, Philip J. Baur, Boston, and Salesman Herbert T. Morris began the operation of Tastykake in Philadelphia. It was the wife of Herbert T. Morris who came up with the name Tastykake after pinching the baked cake and finding it to be tasty.
Its subsidiaries are TBC Financial services inc, Tasty Baking Oxford, Inc, Tastykake Investments Co. It serves in the Northeastern United States of America and Mid Atlantic. Even though it started out as a Philadelphia operation, they have expanded to include their distribution in the entire East coast and most of the places which are below the Mason Dixon Line.

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  • Dennis epling says:

    When will you make the limit addition chocolate pie again that’s the best pie you make should make it all the time

     
  • Sanford A Friedlander says:

    What is the best way to store Tastycake cupcakes. I just bought 4 cartons of cup cakes and I know I cannot eat them in just a week or so. Should I store them in a refrigerator or a freezer until I eat them.

     
  • Matt says:

    Still waiting on Debbie, wonder if she still works there.

     
  • Matt says:

    How many days will go by before Debbie calls me.

     
  • Matt says:

    Another day gone by and still no call from Debbie, perhaps I should buy a box of those cream filled cakes and send them to Entenmann’s corporate and ask them to start producing them, I bet I get a faster response.

     
  • Matt says:

    I bought two boxes of cream filled tastykakes and they smelled and tasted like a chemical. I called to complain all they did was send me two coupons didn’t even want the product back to see what was causing it. So, I decided to send them to corporate, I got a phone call back from a Debbie but I was away and she was going on vacation, but said she would check her messages, I guess she forgot how. I called her at least 4 times she has yet to call me back going on 4 weeks. I now know what to do the next time is to send the product directly to the FDA and let them handle it.

     
    • Route Owner says:

      Matt, did you ever receive any answers? I am a Tastykake route distributor (own my route) I had multiple stores return CF Koffee cakes to me with this complaint. I in turn contacted my district manager with info. He picked up the cakes & that was the last I heard. As a distributor we went months with extreme limited product, not just the Koffee. We were NEVER given any answers to what problem was, just told “a bakery issue”. I personally feel they were fined/threatened with shut down?? Something MAJOR had to have happened but all was kept hush hush. Actually we’re still getting product cuts with no explanation for . Thanks for your time.

       
  • pat says:

    I grew up eating tastykakes. I lived at 28th and Allegheny when your plant was on Hunting Park Ave. I had family members that worked at your plant. I must say with regret that I am very dissatisfied of the guality of the kakes now. Every purchase the kakes get smaller and smaller and the prices get higher and higher.

     
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