Oreo

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An Oreo is a cookie sandwich. The cookie is made of a sweet, white filling known as "creme" or "cream". The creme is in between two circle-shaped chocolate or golden cookie pieces.

Nearly 500 billion Oreos have been sold since they were first sold, which makes them the most bought cookie in the 20th century.[1]

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  1. Toops, Diane: Top 10 power brands, Retrieved on April 25, 2011