Oreo Logo – Oreo is a type of cracker created by the U.S. company Nabisco, characterized because it consists of two circular biscuits joined by a sweet creamy, forming a sandwich. The original oreos cookie were not black chocolate and cream strong vanilla, but today there are many varieties, keeping the basic style of design and preparation.
Sold annually 20,000 million units worldwide Oreo cookies. The Oreo cookie is after the Big Mac from McDonalds, the best-selling food product in the world. The Oreo was introduced to the market in 1912. It was very similar to the Hydrox cookie competition, introduced in 1908, after having registered losses of market share to Oreo, was withdrawn in 1996.
The modern design of Oreo was developed in 1952 by William A. Turnier. This consists of two circular cookie not chocolate with a sweet white filling (commonly called “cream”, although technically it is not) crushed between them. Originally, Oreos were quite bulky, an aspect which explains its name (“Hill” in Greek). The modern design allows tasting Oreo in different ways. Some people separate the cookies and eat the filling first, others eat the cookie without separating.