|Philly||For several years, this was the only supermarket chain in the UK to stock the Oreo—until May 2008, when Kraft decided to fully launch the Oreo across the whole of the UK|
|Retrieved November 16, 2013||Spitzberg, Irving J|
|March 21, 2012||In 2016, after production had started in Mexico, the encouraged the boycott and published consumer guidance to help identify which Mondelez products were made in Mexico|
|The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets||Released to promote 's album 2020|
|August 18, 2011||Retrieved October 4, 2019|
|Political pundits and television personalities such as and have also compared former American president to an Oreo due to his bi-racial heritage||Another theory, proposed by food writer , is that the name derives from the Latin , a genus of the family|
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The name Oreo was trademarked on March 14, 1912.
In a 2020 national poll the Oreo was ranked the 16th most popular biscuit in the UK, with topping the list.
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