Why is Oreo Called Oreo?

The creamy, crunchy cookie we all know resulted from a feud between two rival food companies. The Oreo was invented by Chelsea-based National Biscuit Company, also known as Nabisco. The company first introduced the Oreo on April 2, 1912, as an imitation of another cookie and to steal market share away from Barnum's popular Animal Cookies.

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