Meatloans and pies are here to stay.
After an epic run of sales, sales of the food have been steady, and the meatloaves are now going strong too.
Meatloave, a new line of pies and pastries, is expected to bring in a similar amount as Apple’s first line of iPhones.
The company plans to expand to other markets, but the initial rollout has been a success.
The pie line will offer a variety of toppings, from apple, chocolate and maple to peanut butter and caramel, as well as an array of sauces and other toppings.
More broadly, the pies are going to be bigger and better, with the most popular pie topping going to go to Mars.
The pies will include an array that will go to Apple, but some will be available at Whole Foods, Target and other retailers.
There’s no doubt that Apple is going to continue to take advantage of its massive market share in the pie industry, especially after a long period of decline, especially among the younger generation.
However, the company will likely be looking at a big new expansion, and it might take some time to hit those sales milestones.
A couple of years ago, Apple opened up its flagship store in New York City to try to attract a younger, more affluent crowd, and this strategy has paid off.
The number of pies sold at Apple has skyrocketed, with customers purchasing more than 500,000 pies in 2015 alone.
Apple has been aggressively expanding its store and marketing strategy in recent years, so this is a good time for the company to start seeing what’s working and what’s not, especially as the pie business continues to gain popularity.