|Founder||John James Wright|
|Peter D Wright|
Number of employees
The company was founded in 1926 by John James Wright and is still family-owned. In 1926, John Wright started making pies from the front room of his terraced house in Stoke-on-Trent. The Stoke-on-Trent factory is now used for confectionery production with the main premises based in Crewe.
Wright's have 12 of their own retail outlets. College Road Stoke, Northwood, Stoke,[disambiguation needed] Burslem, Tunstall, Rugeley, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Hanley, Fenton, Meir, Leek,Bilston & Biddulph. There are also two franchises:
- Rob Walleys Shops - Campbell Road Stoke & Longton
- Neil Woods Shops - Biddulph & Hanford
Wright's operates a fresh wholesale delivery service operating from Crewe. Deliveries can be made to Manchester, North Wales, Derby and Birmingham. Freshly baked pies & savouries, confectionary and sandwiches are available Monday to Saturday.
Wright's also have a frozen food delivery operation which gives you the option of ready baked frozen products or frozen un-baked products which you can then bake off as you need them. Wright's now exports to over 26 countries.
Overall, the company is capable of producing over 5 million individual items every week.
- "You're wright, we ate all the pies!". The Sentinel. 2004-08-03.
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