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Pumpkin Dip is Back at Philly Pretzel Factory in Nutley

NUTLEY, NJ - Pumpkin Dip is back at Philly Pretzel Factory on Franklin Avenue in Nutley.

The location was opened in 2016 by Bloomfield resident Dan Cleary and his wife. 

Every Philly Pretzel is made from scratch in the Franklin Avenue factory. From the front counter, customers can see the 50 pound bags of flour in the rear of the open bakery. Using only water, yeast, salt, and the flour, the dough is mixed, rolled and then baked in front of customers. 

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 Cleary also explained that football season is also party tray season. Each comes with dips. There are fundraising options available for local school and civic groups.

Philly Pretzel Factory is located at 234 Franklin Ave Nutley. It is directly across the street from Jaret’s Stuffed Cupcakes and Thai Essence. 

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