Fire at Gabilla’s factory spurs knish shortage on Long Island

A factory fire has halted production of Gabila's

A factory fire has halted production of Gabila's knishes in Copiague. (October 25, 2013 6:10 PM)

Delicatessens across New York are experiencing a shortage of square knishes following a fire at a Long Island factory. A September fire at the Gabila’s factory in Copiague brought knish production to a screeching halt. Gabila’s typically produces 15 million square knishes a year. The five Ben’s Deli locations in New York sell 10,000 Gabila’s knishes a week combined. Ben’s has been pushing its homemade...

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