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After all that shoveling, you deserve a Nutty Buddy
By adamg on Sat, 02/26/2022 - 2:56pm
Seymour's, maker of Nutty Buddies and other cold treats, was based at Dorchester's Port Norfolk. They're long gone (closed in the 1980s), but as Justin Thompson shows us, their sign is once again visible from at least the northbound side of the Expressway.
The Dorchester Historical Society has more on Charles "Buddy" Seymour and his factory on Ericsson Street, next to where the Boston Winery is now.
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Seymour's made great ice cream. They had their own brand label as well as supplying all of the local supermarket brand labels, Finest a.k.a. First National Supermarkets, Capital, Supreme markets that then became Purity Supreme as well as all sorts of novelty items. It was all Seymour's ice cream. Good memories and still have the love handles to prove it. Now it's all Good with Hood.
First National Stores
Alas… see no more
The port rats would make a point of tellin' you you're wrong.
And they would be right
What came down?
That now exposes the sign.
Other billboard ads, which
Other billboard ads, which have alternated between Venezia and the Boston Winery. https://goo.gl/maps/GGSD6A6ex1uXGqeA7
Thanks for the pic. Nice to
Thanks for the pic. Nice to see more of Seymours.