Known now as a frozen food brand, but once upon a time in America:

In 1922, Abraham resigned as president of the creamery to manage one of the company's dairy stands located on the lower floor of the Cleveland Arcade. The Stouffers converted the operation into a restaurant which served buttermilk, sandwiches, and Lena Stouffer's homemade dutch apple pie (credited by some as the reason for the almost instant success of the restaurant.)

They also went into hotels and vending machines. They did okay, in other words. Sold to Nestle in the Seventies.