The Good Humor ice cream brand was introduced in Ohio during the 1920s. The product was sold from trucks and grew so popular that it went national within a decade.
In 1961, the Thomas J. Lipton Company acquired it, and Lipton’s parent company, the British and Dutch Unilever, merged Good Humor with its other ice cream brands, Breyers, Klondike Bar and Popsicle, in 1993.
The resulting company, Good Humor-Breyers, operates out of Unilever’s U.S. headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. The company says it employs 11,000 people in the U.S., including 2,300 in its Englewood Cliffs office.