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Thursday, July 17, 2008

[Chicago Pizza News] Popular Berwyn Pizzeria Back After 30 Years

Most people know Turano Baking Company for its bread, which they sell in grocery stores and directly to restaurants all over the Midwest. After its founding in 1962 as a bakery, the company began to distribute pizzas to local grocery stores. By the mid-1970s, they could not keep up with demand for their popular pizzas and the company focused exclusively on bread.

Recently, the family-owned business brought back the original oven from 1962, rechristened the bakeshop as Mama Susi Bakeshop, and reopened with a focus on pizza.

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