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Oreo - International Distribution - China
... Oreo cookies were introduced to Chinese consumers in 1996 and sales gradually grew ... By 2006, Oreo became the best-selling cookie in the People's Republic of China, after altering its recipe to have a lower sugar content to suit local tastes ... Kraft Foods also introduced smaller size packages of Oreo cookies that became more affordable to the majority of Chinese consumers ...
Oreo - Varieties - Beyond Sandwich Cookies
... Fudge Covered Oreo, White Fudge Oreo and Milk Chocolate Oreo are covered in either a layer of fudge, white fudge or milk chocolate respectively ... Coconut Delight Oreo Fudge Cremes are covered in chocolate and contain coconut flavoring in the middle ... Oreo Fudgees are rectangular "dipping" shaped Oreos with a chocolate fudge filling (different from the Chocolate Creme Oreo) ...
Oreo - Production
... an Associate Director of Consumer Relations, a two-stage process is used to make Oreo cookies ... The base cake dough is formed into the familiar round cookies by a rotary mold at the entrance of a 300-foot-long oven ... Much of current Oreo production is done at the Kraft/Nabisco factory in Richmond, Virginia ...
Oreo - History - 21st Century
... Starting in January 2006, Oreo cookies replaced the trans fat in the cookie with non-hydrogenated vegetable oil ... Nabisco began a marketing program in 2008, advertising the use of Oreo cookies in a game called DSRL, which stands for "Double Stuf Racing League." The DSRL was introduced one ... Another campaign started for Golden Double Stuf Oreo cookies with the brothers being challenged by Donald Trump "Double Trump" played by Darrell Hammond the date for this competition was ...

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