Gabila’s Knishes gets new knish machine after fire

A factory fire has halted production of Gabila's knishes in Copiague.

A factory fire has halted production of Gabila's knishes in Copiague. (2/7/14)

COPIAGUE - Long Island’s great knish crisis is nearly over.

Gabila’s Knishes typically produces millions of square knishes a year. A fire at Gabila’s Copiague factory in September damaged the company’s knish-making machine, halting production and leading to a nationwide shortage of square knishes.

Gabila’s tells News 12 it has just received a new custom-made machine and is waiting for the fire marshal to approve it.

The company hopes to resume knish production by the middle of the week.

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