Tootie Pie Company, Inc. (OTCQB: TOOT) announced that it is featured in the November issue of “Every Day with Rachel Ray,” now on newsstands. The article, entitled “Pies Worth the Postage” named Tootie’s Pumpkin Pie as “The Best Pumpkin Pie.”

“We are delighted that the folks at ‘Every Day’ chose Tootie Pumpkin Pie as the best,” said Don Merrill, President & CEO. “Rachael Ray is a nationally recognized personality whose name is synonymous with great food and quality. We welcome her readers to try some of our other wonderful pies as well.”

“Whether it’s the Food Network, Neiman Marcus or Southern Living, we are honored when influential entities such as these help their customers discover the taste sensations of a Tootie Pie!” Merrill added.

About "Every Day with Rachael Ray"

With a circulation of over 1.7 million and readership of 7.4 million, "Every Day with Rachael Ray" and deliver a fresh approach to cooking by combining practical, simple ideas and a "keep-it-real" attitude with entertaining style and travel that helps their readers take things off their to-do lists and have fun while they're doing it.

About Tootie Pie Co.

Tootie Pie Company bakes and sells high-quality, handmade pies through three basic sales channels: retail, corporate and wholesale. The retail segment serves individual customers through sales in its Tootie Pie Gourmet Cafés, in-store sales, orders via telephone and internet on the Company’s website. The corporate segment serves businesses that purchase pies as a way to promote their company through client and employee appreciation programs. The wholesale segment is made up of national and regional broad line grocery and foodservice distributors who purchase pies and then resell them through their respective sales distribution channels. Tootie Pie Company is a public company traded on the OTCQB market under the symbol “ TOOT.” For additional information or to receive correspondence from Tootie Pie Company, please visit

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