Burry's is a popular manufacturer of cookies and crackers established in 1888 based in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Some of their popular snacks were:
- Scooter Pie
- Gaucho peanut butter sandwich cookies
- Fudge Town chocolate sandwich cookies
- Mr. Chips chocolate chip cookies
As early as 1944, they manufactured Girl Scout Cookies including "Thin Mints", a sugared shortbread cookie called "Scot-Teas", and "Savannahs", an oatmeal sandwich cookie with peanut butter filling.
The "Gaucho" peanut butter sandwich cookie produced by Burry was the same cookie as the Savannah, produced for the consumer market ; Gauchos came in a coarse cardstock box that was covered in a wax-coated paper label. These cookies had a small hole in the oatmeal wafer top that allowed any excess peanut butter filling to escape during production, thereby avoiding the filling being pushed out between the cookie layer sides.
A small retail store offered baked-that-day but broken/defective cookies in bulk for tremendous discounts. A shopping-bag-size bag of thin mints cost $1.00.