The American Companies That Aren’t Actually American Anymore

Good Humor

When it comes to American ice cream companies, Unilever is always there to buy them out. Good Humor was founded during the 1920s in Youngstown, Ohio, and became popular because of the Good Humor bar, which was a chocolate-coated ice cream bar. The ice cream company became even more popular when its ice cream trucks started popping up around America.

Good Humor was sold to Thomas J. Lipton, who was part of Unilever, in 1961. The British-Dutch company has owned the company for several years and is committed to serving some of the best ice cream invented in America.


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