Good Humor-Breyers is located in Green Bay, WI. It has become the largest manufacture of packaged ice cream and they sell many frozen novelty products in the United States. Breyers, Good Humor, Klondike, and Popsicle are among the oldest brands of frozen desserts. They are all owned now by the Good Humor-Breyers Company.
They are such a huge company in the United States that they have to employ over 2400 people and they have about six manufactories located threw out the United States. They are so big that they have to have more than 200 employees at their headquarters to make all the business decisions. In one year, they produce more than $1.2 billion dollars worth of sales. Can you imagine how many Klondike bars that would be, but the world will do anything for a Klondike.
The Good Humor Company was started by Harry Burt in Ohio. It consisted of a huge fleet of Good Humor men and that’s what started their fame. The Good Humor Company was started on purpose, but the Popsicle was made on mishap. It was discovered by Frank Epperson when he left a cup of powered soda and water with a stirring stick on his porch. When he woke up the next day the mixture froze. He marketed the idea and by 1928 had more than sixty million dollars worth of royalties from Popsicle. In 2001, over 1.4 billion sticks were placed in a Popsicle, making Popsicles the most popular flavored ice treats.
To pick the company apart, Breyers was invented by William A Breyer and he made his ice cream with a hand-crank machine. It was made of only natural ingredients, which are mostly just sugar, cream, fruit, nuts, and other natural flavors like vanilla bean. The company started as a small business that sold ice cream to the local Pennsylvanians. The demand for the ice cream grew and the company had to expand. The first Breyers plant opened in 1896.
The logo of the leaf was an honor to Philadelphia because briar bush was very popular in the area. In 1926, the companies become the Kraftco Corporation (Kraft). It then went under the Good Humor division and has become the ice cream that is known today. It still guarantees only natural ingredients and that is why you can say and recognize everything listed on the label.
Popsicle was made accidentally, but it quickly became a favorite. In 1923, it got its name from children asking for “Pop’s sicle”. In 1925, Epperson sold his rights to Popsicle to the Joe Lowe Company located in New York. Later it became art of the Consolidated Foods Corp and then to the Good Humor Company in 1986.
Today they sell more than thirty different types of Popsicles and the company became one of the top selling novelty brands. FireCracker Double Fudge, Jell-0 Pudding Pops, Creamsicles, Sponge Bob Pop-Ups, Fudgsicles, Lifesavers, Bullets, and Big Foot are few of their products. Some of the new products from Popsicle include Tubular Twists, Dora, Sponge Bob, Diet Soda Pops, and Goal! Soccer Ball. They all can be found at the local grocery store.
What about the other companies? They do own Klondike and everyone is well aware of the Good Humor products.
The new Cyclone ice cream line is part of the Good Humor along with many new cones and tubes of frozen desserts. You may have purchased one of their many sandwiches and bars. Klondike has many bars, cones, and sandwiches as well. Vanilla, Krunch, Chocolate, Whitehouse cherry, Dark Chocolate, Neapolitan, Caramel as well as the original Klondike are available.