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Square Pie is a Britishmarker food retail chain based in Hackneymarker, East Londonmarker, which specialises in handmade pies. It was founded in 2001 by Martin Dewey, with the first outlet, "The Square Pie Company", being opened in Spitalfields Market in November of that year. After the success of this shop, and expanding sales by supplying London venues such as The Social and The Lock Tavern and running a stall at Glastonburymarker, Square Pie opened a concession in Selfridges food hall in London in 2003. A third outlet was opened at Canary Wharfmarker in June 2004 to be followed by sites at The Brunswick Centremarker in Russell Square, Heathrow Terminal 1, Lord's Cricket Groundmarker and Twickenhammarker.

Square pie stall at Glastonbury 2009
In 2007, Sainsbury'smarker launched a Square Pie range across 71 of its stores. As with those produced for Square Pies' outlets, the pies in this "Take Me Home and Bake Me" range are handmade, using only natural ingredients, with "clean and simple" packaging designed to reflect Square Pie's image as an "honest British food brand" – Square Pie outlets similarly use brown-board boxes as food containers.

Among the over 116 different types of pies the company made between 2001 and 2006, Square Pie has produced tie-ins to sports championships, making a "humble pie" – kangaroo meat, red onion, field mushroom and Merlot – to mark Australia's loss at the 2003 Rugby World Cup, and running a "Pie World Cup" during the 2006 FIFA World Cup (won by the Senegalese Chicken Yasser). It also launched a pie branded with the London 2012 logo in 2004, in support of London's (successful) bid to host the Olympic Games in 2012.

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