America’s favorite cookie is celebrating its birthday in a big way.
March 6 is National Oreo Day, a day to celebrate “Milk’s Favorite Cookie.” In honor of the celebration, consumers are trying to settle the age-old debate...How should you dunk your Oreo cookie? We put some of these methods to the test ourselves. See our results in the video below!
We also took a look at some of the other ways to eat an Oreo cookie. Check out these creative methods and see how people are celebrating.
You see what I’ve picked up!! pic.twitter.com/j3Do7KcqZd— Clinton Griffiths 📺🎙📝 (@AgDayAnchor) March 6, 2019
Today is #NationalOreoCookieDay and our friends at @DairyHerd are talking #milk — but we can't help but share our favorite #Oreo story: The #calf named #Oreo that survived the Washington #blizzard earlier this yearhttps://t.co/hO5iA218if pic.twitter.com/A8GFJNcYyY— Drovers (@DroversCTN) March 6, 2019
Want to know more about this classic cookie? Here are some fun facts about Oreo’s according to the National Day Calendar.
- The name “Oreo” was first trademarked on March 14, 1912.
- The first Oreo cookies in the United States sold for 25 cents a pound in clear glass topped novelty cans.
- In 1912, the Oreo Biscuit was renamed to “Oreo Sandwich”.
- In 1948, the Oreo Sandwich was renamed to “Oreo Creme Sandwich”.
- William A. Turnier developed the modern-day Oreo design in 1952 to include the Nabisco logo.
- Nabisco’s principal food scientist, Sam Procello, developed the modern Oreo cookie filling.
No matter how you celebrate #NationalOreoDay, there’s one thing you can’t forget: Milk!