Bun maker Billy M. Hurdles will continue selling ponytail bun products as long he has a customer base, even if his business is losing money.
“It is not going to be a problem.
I know that,” Hurdls head of sales and marketing told Axios in a recent interview.
“The customers are coming to me.”
Ponytail bons also were a popular item for his other bun-makers at the time.
His customers, who typically came to the bakery for a quick bite, were drawn to the ponytail design.
“I’m not going away, so I’m going to keep doing it and doing it well,” Huddles said.
“You can tell by the amount of people that come in that they love the bun.
They just want it to be perfect.
I can’t do any better than that.”
Ponchas buns have long been a staple in American cuisine, but they have been gaining popularity in other countries as well.
Huddls’ bun company is selling them in Germany and the United Kingdom.
“We do not know how we are going to compete,” Houlds said.
“I’m going into it thinking we’re going to do better than anybody else.
I’m hoping we will.”
For now, the bun industry is not doing too well.
Buns are a relatively new product, and it’s unclear how they will perform.
Bun maker Hurdels said that the industry is “just about in the dark.”
“I think there is going to have to be some consolidation and some consolidation is going on,” Hutton said.
Hurdles said that Bun manufacturers are trying to find ways to stay in business, and that the “big companies are going through some changes.”
Hutton said that his company is currently hiring a new owner.