The Whoopie Wagon

Mary and Chris Bandereck

Bob O'Connor

Why whoopies

"We have been in business for years, specializing in cakes...and other baked goods," says Mary. "When one of our wholesale customers asked if we could make whoopie pies for a local store, we came up with...chocolate and pumpkin whoopies. That fall, we tried them out at the Topsfield Fair. We have been a favorite stop at the fair for thousands of people over the past five years."

Family affair

Mary and Chris met at Johnson & Wales 30 years ago. All three of their sons work many fairs and events with the couple, and  "Our youngest will be attending J&W in the fall of 2012," says Mary.

Where to find The Whoo(pie) Wagon

"Currently, we are doing private functions, fairs, and festivals. We are a fixture at the Topsfield Fair each year and hope to always call Topsfield our home."

Next appearances

Bridgewater State University, where, Mary says, "we’ll be serving up goodies with crazy color fillings for the Dr. Seuss Spring event." 

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