Founded by Phineas and Ferb, the franchise had its beginnings in a normal, mediocre lemonade stand the founders had built outside their own house. Increasing demand eventually led to an additional number of locations being set up on the exact same day, under the supervision of Isabella and the Fireside Girls. Buford also ran one of the franchise's locations.
Despite the franchise's popularity, all of its locations closed on the same day they opened due to the unforseen circumstance of running out of product the result of the painful combination of lemon juice in a paper cut, which apparently even affects robots.
Lemonade for all of the franchise's stores appears to have been provided from a central source, namely, a giant robot in the backyard of the founders, not too far from the original location. Like many signature recipes of food and drink franchises, the actual ingredients of the signature lemonade are unknown, but according to one customer's testimonial, the resulting product is "really sour."
(Bold indicates that the person is the creator)
- Candace Flynn
- Vanessa Doofenshmirtz
- Balthazar Horowitz
- Ben Baxter
- Various unnamed customers
Due to the popularity, there was several locations. The first location is in Phineas and Ferb's yard. The next franchise locations were in the grocery store, the book store and the mall. It was even served on an airline. There is also various other locations scattered across Danville.
P&F Lemonade had sevaral ways of advertisng. There are billboards for it across Danville, and even blimps with the logo on it. It was so popular, it even had P&F Lemonade Stadium. Some of the employees wore P&F Lemonade Stand tee-shirts.
Sadly, the P&F Lemonade Stand franchise closed down the day it started. It closed due to running out of lemonade. Though the managers didn't know why, it turn out that Dr. Doofenshmirtz's papercutinator gave the machine a malfuction causing all the lemonade to go into the machine.