Pillsbury - The Overlooked History

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  1. SouthCalifas619

    SouthCalifas6196 days ago

    They used to sell white sandwhich bread, but no longer do.

  2. Suzanne Smith

    Suzanne Smith9 days ago

    I didn’t know hardly any of this! Very interesting!

  3. Indurain Perez

    Indurain Perez9 days ago

    Sunny delight juice????

  4. Squid

    Squid10 days ago

    Hoo Hoo!

  5. Margaret Schultz

    Margaret Schultz11 days ago

    I would like to see videos on Nestle and Kraft

  6. BCOutdoorsman

    BCOutdoorsman12 days ago

    please review guinness

  7. 마리야ᄏᄏᄏ

    마리야ᄏᄏᄏ13 days ago

    I like Pillsbury biscuits i remember eating them from my childhood with my breakfast in the morning

  8. Blood Type Optional

    Blood Type Optional15 days ago

    Lesson number one: borrow money from daddy

  9. Nams Shah

    Nams Shah18 days ago

    Yes .. for me too Burger King .. They bought and sold also ..

  10. Nams Shah

    Nams Shah18 days ago

    Video on Warren Buffet Portfolio companies would be interesting to know

  11. Jord David

    Jord David18 days ago

    Good video

  12. Denis Schulz

    Denis Schulz19 days ago

    I am surprised HOW big Pillsbury is... In Germany, they are not called Pillsbury, but "Knack und Back" which basically means "Pop and Bake", obviously referring to their unique packaging. I actually used to think that this is a relatively small german company... :D

  13. Nicholas Littlejohn

    Nicholas Littlejohn26 days ago

    No healthy choices here.

  14. Bill Groeller

    Bill Groeller27 days ago

    #companyman #suggestion The 3M company, please.

  15. SWLinPHX

    SWLinPHX29 days ago

    I still have my official 7 inch Pillsbury Dough Boy figure complete with a stand that my mom got for me in the early 1970s when I was just a little kid.

  16. LissaSun

    LissaSunMonth ago

    Diago getting taken over by a subsidiary of a province in China was interesting.

  17. Anthony DiDomenico

    Anthony DiDomenicoMonth ago

    Never had any clue about Burger King being part of Pillsbury?

  18. kyrie irving

    kyrie irvingMonth ago

    I want you to know that we don’t care if your video is longer then like 12 minuets

  19. Company Man

    Company ManMonth ago

    I appreciate it Noah but you can't speak for everyone.

  20. James

    JamesMonth ago

    Yea that one ☝️ the Burger King thing hit me in the stomach

  21. Carrot Network

    Carrot NetworkMonth ago

    In Minnesota it is common during school for them to teach us a bit of our state history, so I knew of them being from around here. We learned a fair bit about how they were one of our biggest companies but nobody told us this much.

  22. Junior Koos

    Junior KoosMonth ago

    You should do a video about Family Dollar and Dollar General 2 dollar stores owned by the same company

  23. ssssaa2

    ssssaa2Month ago

    10,000 dollars in the mid 19th century was probably worth a fucking million today. I don't think he just borrowed some money from his typical-wealth of the time dad.

  24. John Johnson

    John JohnsonMonth ago

    The Doughboy should have a goatee in honor of the founder

  25. Saul Gerardo

    Saul GerardoMonth ago

    nice vid

  26. AeroScott Model Engine Repair

    AeroScott Model Engine RepairMonth ago

    Outstanding research preparation and video presentation.

  27. Company Man

    Company ManMonth ago

    Well thank you very much. Appreciate it.

  28. Vanguard2000beats

    Vanguard2000beatsMonth ago

    What about the mascot?

  29. The Big Moist

    The Big MoistMonth ago

    I just hope it’s not the over cooked history haha

  30. SixFootScream

    SixFootScreamMonth ago

    No. What an interesting video.

  31. Joseph Catanzarit

    Joseph CatanzaritMonth ago

    So wut they turn dough to dough

  32. Little Mac

    Little MacMonth ago

    I totally thought the title was an "Overcooked" history. Mainly because I have personal experience. I always seem to burn the damn cinnamon rolls if I'm not super careful. Uhhhhh the struggle is real.

  33. khaled salama

    khaled salama2 months ago

    Great video,

  34. TheOneCode

    TheOneCode2 months ago

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  35. Jeremy R

    Jeremy R2 months ago

    Burger king sucks those mother fuckers forget my sweet and sour sauce every fucking time Lol

  36. Sloppy Turtle

    Sloppy Turtle2 months ago

    You need to work on your voice inflections. Ending a sentence that is a statement of fact, as if it were a question, sounds really lame. It's annoying. Or rather= it's annoying ? huahhh? :-/

  37. Jay75Euro

    Jay75Euro2 months ago

    It’s crazy how all the major big companies we see and became use to are all in one big loop of ownership.

  38. Bill McMinn

    Bill McMinn2 months ago

    A whole video about Pillsbury and not a single mention of Pizza Pops? What’s with that!

  39. JordanTRS

    JordanTRS2 months ago

    MMMMMMmmmmmmmm COOOKKKKKIIIEEESSSS!!!!! :( Now I'm hungry for cookies... :(

  40. Ben Seymour

    Ben Seymour2 months ago

    do swier coke cole

  41. 04smallmj

    04smallmj2 months ago

    It really triggers me that you pronounce "bury" as "berry" :P

  42. Company Man

    Company Man2 months ago

    That explains it.

  43. 04smallmj

    04smallmj2 months ago

    The UK :D

  44. Company Man

    Company Man2 months ago

    Where are you from?

  45. mdr

    mdr2 months ago

    That illustration of Charles Pillsbury looks so much like Louis CK

  46. NotAVelociraptor

    NotAVelociraptor2 months ago

    I'm sorry America but what the fuck is a crescent. It's called a croissant, deal with it

  47. Kampfmesser

    Kampfmesser3 months ago

    You can live in what was once the largest mill in the world, the Pillsbury A Mill. The mill has been converted into lofts. Also that mill was built as a response to the Washburn A Mill, that was then the largest mill in the world.

  48. True Blade

    True Blade3 months ago

    Two of my favorite treats are Pillsbury cinnamon rolls in the morning and their wonderful crescents with dinner YUM!!

  49. Taelor Watson

    Taelor Watson3 months ago

    I know they sponsor The Simpsons d'oh

  50. David Livingston

    David Livingston3 months ago

    I knew Pillsbury owned Burger King, mostly because when BK expanded to Australia, they couldn't use the name. So Pillsbury gave the man who would be behind the Australian version a list of names he could use. The one he used? Hungry Jack's!

  51. DrymouthCWW

    DrymouthCWW3 months ago

    Theres literally 0 reason to dislike this. Except for the ad at the beginning. And thats only if you hate nordvpn

  52. Greg Gasiorowski

    Greg Gasiorowski3 months ago

    Do what you can! Then get a huge loan from your rich dad, HA, It's the Trump lesson #1. 🙄

  53. PR Fo

    PR Fo3 months ago

    Does General Mills also make Pillsbury flour?

  54. Zoey Seely

    Zoey Seely3 months ago

    Minneapolis represent!!!

  55. Dynam1c Smurf

    Dynam1c Smurf3 months ago

    Wow didnt know any of that but the present day stuff

  56. A D

    A D3 months ago

    I read "overcooked"

  57. IntroverseYT

    IntroverseYT3 months ago

    Would have been better if you called it "The overcooked history" I know it's baking but shut up let me make bad puns in peace ok?

  58. Company Man

    Company Man3 months ago

    But it's baking, not cooking Introverse.

  59. Nikki

    Nikki3 months ago

    Out of all the company stories I’ve watched today this is the best. Wholesome. Small beginning with one man and his dad, becoming a large company. Then helping other companies out. It’s cool.

  60. Poke Crack

    Poke Crack3 months ago

    *>Doesn't mention the Mill City incident.* smh

  61. Troy

    Troy3 months ago

    The burger king

  62. Elle MBee

    Elle MBee3 months ago

    I'm surprised you didn't mention their bake-off. I think it was and is a big deal for them.

  63. Sheila Outside!!

    Sheila Outside!!3 months ago

    Nope..knew NONE of this...

  64. Zach Thompson

    Zach Thompson3 months ago

    I read the title as The Overcooked History and was really intrigued lol

  65. plmvirginiauva

    plmvirginiauva3 months ago

    You didn't mention anything about their mascot or how it was created. I'm disappointed.

  66. Sharan Ravigopal

    Sharan Ravigopal3 months ago

    Dude you make a better Pillsbury commercial than the company itself haha

  67. Jenny Manhattan

    Jenny Manhattan3 months ago

    It would be so awesome if Charles got to see all the company has done over the years.

  68. Jenny Manhattan

    Jenny Manhattan3 months ago

    +Company Man I agree. I've thought of that a lot... Early companies that exploded post the founders lifetime.

  69. Company Man

    Company Man3 months ago

    Absolutely but at least he did live to see its early success.

  70. A Kayfabe

    A Kayfabe3 months ago

    yay Minneapolis. Thats where I am Mpls St Paul.

  71. Fabian Everyday

    Fabian Everyday3 months ago

    I like most if not all your videos. I always learn stuff about products or companies Most people are familiar with. This channel is like the History channel of the 90's. not calling you outdated just saying you actually drop knowledge and history not just BS reality tv like the history channel does now. And lastly that damn Doughboys scarf use to be blue damn it!!!!!!

  72. James L

    James L3 months ago

    This is all luck.. remember with 1 successful businessman there are thousands that took their own life because of risky business. Being careful is build into our gene and hence we survive while some other animals don't

  73. A UFO Party

    A UFO Party3 months ago

    The Pillsbury Dipshit

  74. UpintheAir1395

    UpintheAir13953 months ago

    Yeah, um.... Holy F**k

  75. stephen t

    stephen t3 months ago

    The First question of the video. I was the dairy freezer guy for 6 years overnight stocking... pilsbury would put the line up on sale allllll the time... easy bunker items.

  76. 24601 Melo Rosegarden

    24601 Melo Rosegarden3 months ago

    Same Pillsbury by far

  77. ITEN Eagles 2

    ITEN Eagles 24 months ago

    I know General Mills owns pillsbury I can’t believe they own Torino’s and Burger King

  78. Chanel Oberlin

    Chanel Oberlin4 months ago

    Vocal fry

  79. Richard Cushing

    Richard Cushing4 months ago

    In this case, I was most shocked by what you did NOT mention: Pillsbury flour. We hardly ever buy the Pillsbury refrigerated or frozen products. But, we have frequently purchased Pillsbury flour in five and ten pound bags. :-)

  80. Company Man

    Company Man4 months ago

    I mentioned it when I was listing their products in the beginning.

  81. HotWax93

    HotWax934 months ago

    Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, and the like need to watch the first five minutes of this video to see just how great capitalism REALLY is. And BTW, I suspect that General Mills had to sell the cake mix business to Smucker's in order to keep the Betty Crocker brand.

  82. Schwert_2015

    Schwert_20154 months ago

    Tostino's, liquid lava in your mouth. 😄

  83. Roberto Herrera

    Roberto Herrera4 months ago

    You forgot the boxed cake

  84. rocko6alex

    rocko6alex4 months ago

    Pillsbury - The Overcooked History

  85. NATHAN COPELAND

    NATHAN COPELAND4 months ago

    I associate Pillsbury with Ghostbusters

  86. Abimelech Sanders

    Abimelech Sanders4 months ago

    I have never seen a Pillsbury products for almost a decade now in my country, the Philippines. I remembered that their last product that i saw in a commercial was a breading mix that can also be mixed with water.

  87. Glorified Nuggets

    Glorified Nuggets4 months ago

    All I think about when I think about pillsburry is burnt Halloween cookies in the middle of the year watching power rangers movies

  88. Jeff Liss

    Jeff Liss4 months ago

    Charles Pillsbury sure made a lot of dough.

  89. baronvg

    baronvg4 months ago

    Nope. I knew NONE of this haha! Great video!

  90. Ganaram Inukshuk

    Ganaram Inukshuk4 months ago

    Burger King thing.

  91. BAI GAMING

    BAI GAMING4 months ago

    Charles struggled, so he goes and asks his daddy for financial help. Not much of a struggle to me.

  92. TheElectricMantyke 1921

    TheElectricMantyke 19214 months ago

    Do a vid on sears or another on kmart. Or do Target.

  93. TheElectricMantyke 1921

    TheElectricMantyke 19214 months ago

    1,000th comment

  94. TheElectricMantyke 1921

    TheElectricMantyke 19214 months ago

    999 comment

  95. oriolephan

    oriolephan4 months ago

    Do a video on Campbell's. They are in dire straights since acquiring Snyder's-Lance.

  96. Josh Derak

    Josh Derak4 months ago

    I knew about the Burger King. I worked there for awhile and that's why they have those little Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. They bought BK in 1967. Grand Metropolitan in 1988/9. Diageo in 1997. Then in 2002, was bought by a private equity firm TPG Capital. That then sold 31 percent of their stake in BK to 3G Capital. In 2014, BK acquired Tim Hortons and now their coffee sucks. Funny story, Wendy's owned Tim Hortons from 1995 to 2005. Anyway, it's on Wikipedia. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Burger_King

  97. Bubble Trouble

    Bubble Trouble4 months ago

    You should do a video on purple

  98. Kyle

    Kyle4 months ago

    Most of all American companies were started by white men most of our inventions were invited by white men thank you white man thank you

  99. Kyle

    Kyle4 months ago

    Anna wrong

  100. Anna

    Anna4 months ago

    Kyle that’s bc they were the only one who society allowed to do it

  101. Sam Johnson

    Sam Johnson4 months ago

    Ah pillsbury. The mark of a minnesotan grandma.

  102. Sam Johnson

    Sam Johnson4 months ago

    also 9:09 my guy, the pillsbury mills are on the other side of the river. should be behind you.

  103. Alienvolt 77

    Alienvolt 774 months ago

    its Bimbos cousin btw on the topic could you make a video about the mexican Bimbo company its quite big

  104. Jazzy 🌸🎀💖

    Jazzy 🌸🎀💖4 months ago

    Did you know the Pillsberry mansion is owned by the National federation of the blind??

  105. Marcus George

    Marcus George4 months ago

    Lesson 1: Have a dad who can loan you some DOUGH. Great video and channel.

  106. banana pie

    banana pie4 months ago

    Idk why but when I was little I would always get the Pillsbury dough boy mixed up with the Michelin man

  107. Vivek Mannava

    Vivek Mannava4 months ago

    it was godfather's pizza I own one

  108. Brittney Ikeda

    Brittney Ikeda4 months ago

    I just thought pillsbury made crescent rolls and cake mixes...

  109. Naturenerd1000

    Naturenerd10004 months ago

    Never thought Burger King was owned by Pillsbury and maybe the reason why Burger King became a huge chain.

  110. GamingTV

    GamingTV4 months ago

    a family guy flashback episode pops in my head

  111. Bail Bias

    Bail Bias4 months ago

    I read that as overcooked.

  112. OM19 MO79

    OM19 MO794 months ago

    I'd never thought Pillsbury was that big. Here in Mexico, the company could never make it and it's something that you''ll probably find incredible. After the Mexican goverment led by Salinas opened the trade with other countries after years of protectionism, a lot of brands from America and Europe started to take over and killed many traditional brands. For example, the biggest chocolate makers, La Azteca, lead the market for decades, even with the competition by Hershey's, but when Mars entered the Mexican market, it quickly went bankrupt and was bought by Nestlé. That same story repeated a lot, except with the Pillsbury brands. No one bought the dough tubes when they arrived because most people don't bake their own bread and cookies at home and we were used to get our cookies and pastries already baked, either from local bakeries or from the supermarkets, packaged by Bimbo or Gamesa, which never lost their foot on the market. The Green Giant vegetables couldn't make it either against the big brands that were already established like Del Fuerte or Herdez. Today, you can't find either Pillsbury or Green Giant products in most stores, unless it's a specialized store that imports those products. Only Burger King managed to get a share of the fast food market but even that brand struggles against KFC and McDonald's and dozens of locations have closed every year since 2010. Maybe you should make a video about big brands that failed in foreign markets, like Pillsbury.