white fudge ones are pretty slap but i need the other two
I love how companies figure out ways to eliminate and profit off of waste. It helps us as consumers because we love the items and helps the company increase profits. All 3 of these are perfect examples. Cookie too deformed to go in an Oreo sleeve? Cover it in fudge, no one notices. What about the broken cookies and dust from the line? Grind them into powder and make them into churros and logs
@Strawberry Milk, i beleive twix does this. I also hate my self cause i try to save and make use of evrything at my jobs. I lookblile a hoarder but those items do get reused. Also sweet baby jesus do we nake a lot of trash as humans.
@Cuactemoc4919, yea all companies do it. They can turn the candy into snack size or fun size bars, OR commonly, they sell the broken pieces as ice cream topping or make it into ice cream through a partnership with an ice cream brand. Hershey also has the Hershey trail mix type stuff which is just broken pieces of candy bars mixed with almonds (also from the candy bars)
@Strawberry Milk, my mom used to work for Pepperidge Farm. Employees could buy big plastic bags of easily 100 or so Milano cookies that weren't absolutely perfect (most of them seemed fine to me, some were broken, so their standards must be pretty high) for like a dollar or two. In my area a bag of Milanos is around 3 or 4 for 15 of them. I wish she still worked there!
@Strawberry Milk, I think I read somewhere that milk manufacturers make chocolate milk from naturally discolored milk that comes out grayish because people won’t drink milk that isn’t pure white.
@Strawberry Milk, you're giving me a capitalism hard on.
@Iswearimfunny, I have one every day. My flags never half staff
@Strawberry Milk, as long as the flag is made from easily sourcable, cheap materials sold at a large markup then we're all good here my brotha
Couldn't they called them ChurrOreos?
Oreo Twix too
The white fudge oreos have been around since the 1970's... I remember having my first one about 25 years ago
My grandpa hated Oreos, not because of their taste but because of principle. He said they stole Hydrox cookies’ idea, and Hydrox were his his favorite. Every once in awhile we’d find some and surprise him with them.