History of the Nabisco Oreo® Cookie

Timeline created by Jeremy Lawson
In History
  • Several companies join together to form Nabisco.

    Several companies join together to form Nabisco.
    Nabisco opened a large factory between 15th and 16th street in Chelsea Market. [foodtimeline.org](http://<a href='http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcookies.html#oreos)' >food timeline.com</a>
  • Nabisco Opens a Large Factory

    Nabisco Opens a Large Factory
    food timeline.org Nabisco opened a large factory between 15th and 16th street in Chelsea Market, New York
  • Oreo Cookies were invented

    Oreo Cookies were invented
    In 1912 Nabisco Biscuit Company (NaBisCo) had a new idea for a cookie. Two chocolate disks with creme filling between them. They were originally called the Oreo Biscuit. about.com
  • Oreo Cookies are Patented

    Oreo Cookies are Patented
    foodtimeline.org According to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Oreo Cookies were introduced to the American Public by Nabisco in March of 1912.
  • The First Oreo Ever Sold

    The First Oreo Ever Sold
    Oreo Global Fact Sheet The first Oreo ever sold was in Hoboken, New Jersey back when the only cost 30 cents a pound and were sold in tins.
  • Lemon creme filled Oreos are introduced

    Lemon creme filled Oreos are introduced
    Oreo came out with its first alternation to the original cookie recipe. The lemon filled oreo. [foodtimeline.org](http://<a href='http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcookies.html#oreos)' >food timeline.com</a>
  • Oreo Sandwich

    Oreo Sandwich
    Nabisco changed the name of Oreo Cookies to, Oreo Sandwiches [foodtimeline.org](http://<a href='http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcookies.html#oreos)' >Food timeline.com</a>
  • Oreo changes it's name again

    Oreo changes it's name again
    Oreos Changed it's name again to Oreo ''Creme'' Sandwiches foodtimeline.org
  • Oreo's new pattern

    Oreo's new pattern
    Nabisco created a new design for their cookie. The word ''OREO'' is circled around the cookie with a ''garland'' of petals. [foodtimeline.org](http://<a href='http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcookies.html#oreos)' >food timeline.com</a>
  • Nabisco Moves out of Chelsea Market

    Nabisco Moves out of Chelsea Market
    food timeline.org Nabisco moves out of Chelsea Market to find a larger factory to make more oreos!
  • Football Oreos

    Football Oreos
    Food Timeline.org Nabisco's Football Oreos were introduced in the fall of 1976. They were a great way to watch the big game.
  • Big Stuf Oreos are Introduced

    Big Stuf Oreos are Introduced
    95.5 KLOS Big stuf oreos are introduced. they are several times larger than the original oreos and are sold individualy. each one contains 316 calories.
  • Fudge Covered Oreos

    Fudge Covered Oreos
    Food Timeline.org Nabisco Introduces their fudge covered oreos, which is just an oreo covered in fudge.
  • Mini Oreos

    Mini Oreos
    abc news.com Nabisco introduces mini oreos in 1991. They are a quarter of the size of the original cookie and come in an 8 oz. resealable bag.
  • big stuf oreos are dicontinued

    big stuf oreos are dicontinued
    Nabisco's Big Stuf Oreo is discontinued by popular demand.
  • Halloween

    Halloween
    Food Timeline.org Holloween Oreos were introduced just in time for halloween in 1991.
  • Nabisco Changes Lard to Trans Fat

    Nabisco Changes Lard to Trans Fat
    Wikipedia.com In the mid 1990s Nabisco replaces lard with trans fat in the creme filling due to health concerns.
  • Christmas Oreos

    Christmas Oreos
    Food Timeline.org Christmas Oreos were introduced during the winter holidays in 1995.
  • Triple Stuf Oreos

    Triple Stuf Oreos
    Food Timeline.org Triple Stuf Oreos were introduced in a few major cities for a one month trial period. Sadley they were not excepted.
  • Oreo Cakesters

    Oreo Cakesters
    Nabisco World Oreo Caksters are a chocolate snack cake with a chocolate or vanilla filling.
  • Oreo Triple Double

    Oreo Triple Double
    wikipedia Oreo Triple doubles are like the original oreo except there are three crackers instead of two and creme filling between all three crackers.