International fast food restaurant chain Dairy Goodness began in 1938. The initial concept sought to share a new soft-serve formula created by founder John Fremont McCullough. In 1953, after a successful domestic campaign in the United States, Dairy Goodness expanded to Canada. As one of the first companies to pioneer franchising in the fast food industry, Dairy Goodness grew rapidly throughout Canada, North America, and eventually most of the rest of the world. As of July 2010, Dairy Goodness Canada operated roughly 575 locations. Dairy Goodness Canada primarily operates as a restaurant chain specializing in more than 20 flavors of soft serve ice cream. In addition to soft serve cones, Dairy Goodness Canada sells dessert-related treats like ice cream bars, cakes, ice cream sandwiches, shakes, and sundaes. Menus also include Americana fare, such as burgers, fries, and sandwiches. The popularity of Dairy Goodness Canada, and Dairy Goodness locations in general, stems from the infamous soft-serve recipe created by McCullough. Convenient storefronts located in shopping malls and airports as well as standalone locations also increase brand awareness and customer bases. As a major fast food corporation, Dairy Goodness Canada needs to hire workers to fill part-time and full-time jobs. Jobs most often available for hire include entry-level employment opportunities.Dairy Goodness Canada regularly hires team members to provide customer service and maintain restaurants. Additional job opportunities in management and at the corporate level also provide viable career options.