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This is a story of emotion not a mere biscuit, the emotion that every Indian has gone through and is still going through! The biscuit that unknowingly made us act out exactly the way they are marketed- Twist, Lick and Dunk! And that doesn’t have an age barrier nor any inhibition, even when we look the most weird when we have our tongues out licking something. Oreo dipped in Cadbury chocolate can only be super-delicious. Cadbury has always been a part and parcel of Indian’s Life. Any celebrations without Cadbury? It’s a no forever.
Depiction is Precise
Cadbury has the finest ads, their ads always had all age groups shown, and that was never a bigger than life over-exaggerated ad, those ads were taken well by all who saw that. The ads made us laugh and we said, “This is so true”, when the man pulled the Gems garland out of craving and never saw the bust coming along with that! And Five-Star’s, the best humorous ad, five stars for the ad itself! And the songs Cadbury ads have. Uh-hoo! That doesn’t leave our tongues so easily! Cadbury addicts we are (forcing myself not to continue otherwise this can turn to an essay).
SHUBH AARAMB of OREO at United States
When was Oreo first introduced?
United States in 1912 saw the first chocolate sandwich cookie! That was how it was marketed. The National Biscuit Company developed the first yummy cookie at their Chelsea factory. The company is today known as Nabisco and surprisingly, that location of the factory is known as “Oreo Way”, like how Indian’s say Gandhi Nagar? May be.
Story behind the name ‘Oreo’?
There are so many tales for this.
Tale 1: ‘Oreo’ happened just because of the ease to pronounce.
Tale 2: It is derived from the French word ‘or’ which means Gold.
Tale 3: In Greek, ‘Oreo’ means beautiful, tasty, nice!
Tale 4: Last tale to date, the name is derived from Latin, Oreodaphne, a genus of the laurel family.
Oreo from the health point of view
From January 2006, Nabisco replaced the trans fat in the Oreo cookie with non-hydrogenated vegetable oil. Oreo has seen controversies too surround it! But please don’t worry! On their website they say, they are one focused on four powerful pillars: SUSTAINABILITY, MINDFUL SNACKING, COMMUNITIES AND, SAFETY. Safety, they do care that so lets happily hanker for more.
In India, it’s Cadbury that introduced us this foreign biscuit in 2011, which has so complicated design. The yummy sandwich buscuit known as Milk’s favorite cookie, is not just milk’s favorite but Indian’s too. Mondelez India, the largest chocolate company in India (our favourite Cadbury is manufactured by this International Company) is gifting our taste buds this New Year with its launch of Cadbury Dipped Cookie! Though the news was out last December, the ad is on channels just recently!