Our prehistoric ancestors stacked up pancakes daily. There’s no evidence to show if they had the brainpower to think of blueberry pancakes, or if they adorned their creations with whipped-cream smiley...
There’s something nostalgic about an ice cream sandwich. Whether it's a Klondike Bar, a Hood Ice Cream Sandwich, or some cold vanilla ice cream between two chocolate chip cookies, with each bite we remember the sound of the ice cream truck, summer vacation, childhood memories.
The banana bread craze began in the United States after a combination of 20th century innovations -- refrigeration, baking soda, and baking powder -- created incentive for quick bread recipes. In 1933 Pillsbury published a Balanced Recipes Cookbook featuring a bread recipe made with wheat bran and ripe bananas.
For years, Pop-Tarts have been a staple breakfast snack. Quick, easy, and tasty; perfect for on-the-go. The issue, however, is that the nutrition in this convenient breakfast food is lacking and the sugar levels at 14g per pastry are off the charts!
In the 1970s, Tate’s Bake Shop founder, Kathleen King, began selling her homemade cookies at a farmstand in Long Island. After college, King opened her own bakery, and her cookies later became available at local New York Supermarkets; In 2000, she founded Tate’s. Twenty years later, these cookies are available in 85% of supermarkets and recognized for their crunchy texture and buttery taste.
The Oreo needs no introduction. Since its inception in 1912, over 450 billion oreos have been produced -- four times more oreos have existed in history than human beings! Crunchy, creamy, sweet, and even addictive, Oreos have forever changed the course of cookie-history.
In 1975, you couldn’t find granola bars on shelves, in stores, anywhere. It hadn’t entered the collective consciousness of American consumers just yet. If people wanted a healthy but convenient snack, it just wasn’t easy to find. But then Nature Valley came out with their signature product, oat bars rolled with honey, and the rest is history.
We interview our customers to understand how our wafels enhance groceries, cafes, and coffee shops. We also know that customers who carry our products share our same values: a passion for better, healthier, delicious foods.