A Brief History of the Oreo Emboss

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Interestingly, when the Oreo was first introduced by Nabisco in 1912, it used a much more organic wreath for its emboss, later augmented with two pairs of turtledoves in a 1924 redesign.

To follow the evolution of the Oreo cookie’s embossing, click here.

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4 Comments
  • verO
    October 7, 2011

    J’ai découvert ces biscuits lors d’un séjour aux USA. Ce qui m’a le plus intrigué, c’est leur couleur. Presque noire. Ce qui n’est pas du tout courant en Europe.
    Maintenant, on en trouve également en Suisse, à la Coop ainsi qu’à la Migros sous un autre nom.
    Bonne soirée
    verO

    • Jonell Galloway
      October 10, 2011

      Tu as vu notre article sur l’histoire de l’empreinte sur les Oreos ?

  • Atria
    November 9, 2011

    Thanks to Oreo I’ve discovered your site, is gorgeous!
    I also written article about oreo history and I’ve read that emblem is somehow connected with Maltan Cross and Christianity.

    Here is my post (it is in Polish, but google translator attached). Maybe you will find it interesting:

    http://ziolowyzakatek.com.pl/2011/11/ciasteczka-oreo-historia/

    • Jonell Galloway
      November 9, 2011

      How interesting! We should translate it into English and post it on The Rambling Epicure!

      Thank you for liking our site. We work hard to publish good information.

      Be well.

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