Bread BuddyBread Buddeez come in a variety of shapes to cater to the mold of different types of breads, such as sandwich slices and hamburger buns.
The Buddeez concept first emerged in the ’60s when owner Charles Hall’s father built a homemade bread dispenser. After losing his job as an aircraft engineer at McDonnell Douglas, Charles remembered back to his dad’s first dispenser invention and built one himself. Schnuck’s grocery store began selling the Bread Buddy, and success followed.
Now, the Wentzville-based company has multiple lines and sells protective plastic products for everything from coffee to charcoal. One of the company’s most successful products is the Bag-In Dispenser. These dispensers store containers like cereal boxes or flour bags and feature easy-to-pour openings. Prices for Buddeez products range from $5 to $40 dollars.
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