Introduced: 1912First introduced in the U.S. in 1912, Oreo has become the world’s top selling cookie and is enjoyed in more than 100 countries. In markets around the world, Oreo comes in surprising local flavors, like blueberry and green tea ice cream, and fun shapes and forms. But no matter where in the world you find Oreo, one thing remains right at the heart of milk’s favorite cookie: the iconic “twist, lick, dunk” ritual that brings people together like no other biscuit can!
Oreo cookies are found in over 100 countries
time it takes to make and bake one Oreo cookie
The number of times the total amount of Oreo cookies made in a year would circle the Earth
name of the street in New York City named after our beloved cookie where the first Oreo cookie was made
The first Oreo is produced at Chelsea Market bakery, Manhattan, NY, U.S. and sold in in bulk tins.
The name of Oreo biscuit is changed to Oreo sandwich.
The first advertisement showing “the twist” appears on trolley cars
The name “Oreo Sandwich” is changed to “Oreo Crème Sandwich.”
Oreo Double Stuf Chocolate Sandwich cookies are introduced in the U.S.
White Fudge Covered Oreo cookies are introduced as holiday seasonal product in U.S.
Oreo cookies are now sold in 30 countries worldwide.
Oreo becomes China’s #1 selling biscuit.
Oreo celebrates its 100th birthday and asks the world to celebrate the kid inside.