The bodies that store and release chemicals for cell use are Golgi bodies. Golgi bodies are composed of a stack of flattened sacs responsible for packing proteins for storage or export out of the cell.
Golgi bodies are a flattened, layered, sac-like organelle that looks like a stack of pancakes. They move protein in and out of the cell. Golgi bodies, or otherwise known as golgi apparatus or golgi complex, are located near the nucleus. Now go study instead of getting the answer off here.