is one of the oldest and most recognized firms in American food retailing dating back to 1869.
Pillsbury has grown into the leading refrigerated dough brand in the US with product lines that include a variety of biscuits, breadsticks, cookies, pie crust, crescent rolls, bread, frozen breakfast pastries, frozen pizza, frozen pancakes and waffles.
Emma was a series regular until Season Four, when she became a recurring character due to her portrayer Jayma Mays' other commitments.
She is a guidance counselor at Mc Kinley High School in Lima, Ohio.
At the end of the fourth season finale (All or Nothing), she marries Will. In Opening Night, she gave birth to her first son Daniel Finn Schuester, naming her son after Finn Hudson. Emma has feelings for Spanish teacher Will Schuester, which become apparent after he sits with her at lunch and helps her get gum off of her shoe.
Emma Pillsbury Schuester is a fictional character from the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee.
The N Scale Collector commissioned Micro-Trains to produce this special run set with use of the copyrighted logo approved by General Mills.
In fact, if you live in the “average” American household, you have 15 of them: cookbooks.
Portrayed by actress Jayma Mays, Emma has appeared in Glee from its pilot episode, first broadcast on May 19, 2009.
Emma was developed by Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan.
Pillsbury has an extensive history of trailblazing for energy clients, dating back to the incorporation of Chevron’s predecessor in 1900.
The firm has sustained that tradition of innovation over the ensuing century and continues it today with lead roles in cutting-edge projects like the development and construction of the world’s largest civil nuclear power complex in the UAE and the multibillion-dollar financing of the Atlantic Wind Connection transmission project.