Harry B. Burt (1875 – 1926) was an American confectioner who developed the ice-cream novelty known as the Good Humor bar. Burt is widely credited with revolutionalizing manufacturing, marketing, and distribution techniques for ice-cream products.
Burt's former production plant and confectionery shop in Youngstown, Ohio, is regarded as a significant U.S. historical site. The structure is currently being transformed into a center of local and regional history.
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