Yessir, the flat, fruit-filled breakfast snack that is all but a household word in American kitchens and beyond was invented by Bill and his colleagues at Keebler Food Co. And then Kellogg bought Keebler, so in a sense, I was 60 years with one company. By the time Bill retired at 76, billions of Pop-Tarts had been sold, and continue to make Kellogg a handsome profit in the breakfast pastry niche. Bill says he owes his career in part to an ability to speak Dutch from a young age, which helped him gain ground with a foreman who had Bill stay on as a teen after the summer season, because he could help him translate verbal and written orders to line workers who spoke no English. Bill got his big break in , when he was 33, and asked to develop a breakfast treat that might be inserted into kitchen toasters. After tweaking the treats and figuring out a way to top them with icing, they shipped 45, cases for test-marketing in Cleveland, and they flew off the shelves.
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