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We Asked: Why Does Oreo Keep Releasing New Flavors?

On Dec 16, 2020
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RT @Jonesieman: I asked Oreo why they keep making new kinds of Oreos and they actually answered: https://t.co/Hu50AwAeTC
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The brand’s strategy is stunning in its simplicity.

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On Dec 16, 2020
@nytimes shared
RT @Jonesieman: I asked Oreo why they keep making new kinds of Oreos and they actually answered: https://t.co/Hu50AwAeTC
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We Asked: Why Does Oreo Keep Releasing New Flavors?

We Asked: Why Does Oreo Keep Releasing New Flavors?

The brand’s strategy is stunning in its simplicity.

PSA: You Can Now Customize Your Own Oreos Online

PSA: You Can Now Customize Your Own Oreos Online

OreoID gives you control over color, image, and more.

The Company Behind Oreos Wants to Enter the CBD Game

The Company Behind Oreos Wants to Enter the CBD Game

You won’t be dunking hemp-flavored Oreos into a tall glass of milk anytime soon, but the brand behind some of the country’s favorite munchies is already entertaining the idea of a CBD play.

The Factory That Oreos Built

The Factory That Oreos Built

A new owner for the New York City landmark offers a tasty opportunity to recap a crème-filled history

How (And Why) Oreo Keeps Coming Up With Crazy Limited-Edition Flavors

How (And Why) Oreo Keeps Coming Up With Crazy Limited-Edition Flavors

The classic cookie can't be beat, so why does Oreo keep releasing flavors like Watermelon and Carrot Cake?

Greenpeace unveils a new Oreo flavor: Deforestation

Greenpeace unveils a new Oreo flavor: Deforestation

The environmental activist group is using the stunt to take Oreo parent Mondelez to task for its lack of action in cleaning up its palm oil supply chain.

Passengers are distraught that this US airline is no longer serving their favorite cookies

Passengers are distraught that this US airline is no longer serving their favorite cookies

United Airlines replaces Biscoff cookies as a complimentary inflight snack with Oreo Thins. Which side of the cookie debate are you on?