Oreo Thins Bites

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Oreo Thins Bites

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Taste test: This version of Oreos stood apart from the other three "Thins Bites" products in lacking a fudge coating. So it was just a reduced-thickness, reduced-diameter Oreo with no change in flavor or extra coating. Thanks to the lack of a coating, I was able to measure the size of the cookies (15/16-inch in diameter), plus I could see the cookies' surface pattern (a downscaled and slightly modified version of the standard Oreo markings).

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Besides the reduced diameter, the major difference between these and the Oreos Thins was that instead of being carefully arranged in a tray, they were just thrown together in a bag. That didn't affect the taste — they tasted just like regular Oreos — but it did result in many of the tiny sandwiches being dinged or scuffed up to a far greater degree than their tray-arranged compatriots. The Nutrition Facts defined one serving as 13 sandwiches, which seems like a lot, but they were small, so I suppose you could eat 13 of them in rapid succession without even realizing it.

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Smell test: Regular Oreos smell.

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Company: Mondelez

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This snack was discovered at Star Market (formerly Shaws, and Star Market again before that), Porter Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Review published .


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