Oreo is a biscuit consisting of two chocolate-sugar black cookie disks and a sweet cream filling between them. 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!
But be careful:
Oreos contain several ingredients that have been the subject of popular controversy. The cookies are produced using high-fructose corn syrup, which has associated health risks. Oreo cookies also contain vanillin, an aromatic synthetic compound found in vanilla but commonly derived from synthetic processes, and which can cause adverse effects in some individuals (regardless of its source.) Soy lecithin also poses a risk for those with soy allergies.
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