A famous Cardiff pie shop has made changes to its 100-year-old product, introducing a new packaged pie with an extended shelf life.
Clark's Pies on Bromsgrove Street, Grangetown, which distributes to more than a 100 Cardiff shops, launched the pie at the beginning of the month.
The pie, which lasts for a week, was pioneered by sisters Amanda Rosoman and Beverley Pemberton.
Mrs Rosoman said: "Things are picking up and it is opening a lot of doors - one shop in Llandaff has already doubled it's order.
"We have worked for five months to get the longer shelf life in place, working with Cardiff Council's food hygiene and trading standards department."
The pie is based on the recipe which was drawn up by the sisters' great grand mother, Mary Clark, a 100-years-ago while the packaging was designed by Mrs Rosoman's son who is a graphic designer at University of Wales Institute, Cardiff.
Clark's have also changed their range of pasties, introducing a cheese and onion one which is suitable for vegetarians.
Mrs Pemberton said: "We have also changed our original pasties which have been the same for 50 years and they are now available in a new large size."