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History of Mrs. Smith

Mrs. Smith's Frozen Pies are truly authentic All-American Pies, as they were created in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, during the early 1900's, in the home of a real American woman whose name was Amanda Smith.

Amanda Smith became well known for her delicious, homemade deep dish fruit pies, which were sold to her neighbors and at the Local YMCA by Robert Smith, her devoted son. In the late 1930's, Amanda Smith already owned four Mrs. Smith's Pie Bakeries, which were located in the Northeastern area of the United States.

Mrs. Smith's Frozen Pies were first introduced in the 1950's and have been immensely popular ever since. The Kellogg Company, famous for its different cold breakfast cereals, bought Mrs. Smith's Pie Company in 1976. In 2003, the Schwan Food Company, famous for its pot pies and other frozen foods, purchased Mrs. Smith's Pies.

This was a match made in heaven because Americans have enjoyed eating Schwan frozen foods, also known for its homemade quality, for a number of years. Mrs. Smith's pies are well known in America for their homemade quality and the scrumptious pies have received numerous prestigious food awards.

Famous Dishes

Mrs. Smith's Pies are probably most famous for their delicious Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie, but their Dutch Apple Crumb Pie, as well as their Deep Dish Cherry Pie, are close behind in popularity.

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The newest addition to the collection of Mrs. Smith's Pies are their PreBaked Frozen Pies, which include a PreBaked Pumpkin Pie, Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, Dutch Apple Crumb Pie and Coconut Custard Pie. Unlike the frozen pies that need to be baked in an oven, the new PreBaked Pies do not require any baking, but taste similar (although not exactly the same) as the old-fashioned oven-baked frozen pies.

Mrs. Smith's Deep Dish Pumpkin Pie, served with added whipped cream, is a must during America's Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. Why bother buying canned pumpkin, condensed milk, spices and all of the other required ingredients needed to make a pumpkin pie, when Mrs. Smith's Pumpkin Pie tastes as though it was made from scratch?

Mrs. Smith's deep dish Pumpkin Pie has just the right texture and combination of spices to give it that authentic pumpkin pie taste. Of course, a Dutch Apple Crumb Pie, as well as a Cherry Pie, add equally festive desserts to a special Christmas dinner. It should also be mentioned that there are many other types of Mrs. Smith's Pies, such as Meringue Pies and Cobblers.

Where to Find Coupons

Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons can be found in grocery store fliers that are regularly mailed to homes across America, especially prior to, and during, the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons. Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons may also be found in newspaper inserts, usually in the Sunday morning edition of any major American newspaper.

Walmart, Kroger's (Ralph's Grocery Store is owned by Kroger's) and Publix all feature printable online coupons for various grocery items, including Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons. Occasionally, the pie boxes themselves contain Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons; these coupons can be cut from the pie boxes and then used in any grocery store that accepts manufacturer's coupons.

Some grocery stores double the face value of coupons or have special promotional time periods during which the face value of manufacturer's coupons are doubled in value. These double-value coupons also apply to any Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons that are used. Mrs. Smith's Pie coupons can best be utilized when taking advantage of a grocery store's Buy One Get One Free (or BOGO) sale.

The value of the coupon will be deducted by the grocery store cashier from the pie that is purchased, but the second pie will still be free. Occasionally, there are also Buy Two Get Three Free sales and Buy Three Get Two Free Sales, or any possible variety of similar combinations, so the savvy shopper who wants to save money needs to look for these special advertisements before buying Mrs. Smith's pies.

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