Oreo, a copycat of Hydrox, the first sandwich cookie sold in 1908 and also a kosher sandwich cookie, is accusing Oreo of sabotage by seeking a governmental decision.
They’re two delicious chocolate circles and a creme filling. They’re regular, double-stuff, vanilla, birthday cake and pumpkin spice (really). There is debate on how they should be eaten, but everyone knows they’re best when dunked in milk.
What you might not know is that Oreos are just a copycat of Hydrox, a sandwich cookie first sold in 1908, four years before the first Oreos appeared on shelves. Even though (or maybe because?) they came second, Oreos came to dominate the market, becoming a fixture in America’s grocery stores. Continue Reading »