OREO makes the most OREO OREO they’ve ever made

That's too many of the same word in the headline.

Mandy How |
January 26, 2023, 6:33 pm

We’re not starting a cult but some followers on Instagram would be nice. Thank you.

Ever wished your junk food had more junk?

OREO has granted that wish.

The confectionary brand has come up with the most OREO OREO—that is, OREO sandwich cookies with even more white stuff between them.

Photo via OREO

Photo via OREO

Here’s how it compares to other OREOs:

Photo via OREO

Actual product pic:

Photo by @thejunkfoodaisle/Instagram

The limited edition cookie is not available on its official site yet—word online says that it will be released on Jan. 30.

It likely doesn’t matter to you, however, as the product is not in Singapore, or even Southeast Asia; a spokesperson for the brand has said that they currently do not have information on its arrival yet.

If you’d like to know what you might be putting in to your body:


Top photo by OREO, @thejunkfoodaisle/Instagram

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