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Granulated glucose, flour, cocoa, fluid and other components are blended together in a 2 ,000-pound bathtub. The batter is after that thickened into a crash.
The cash is after that pushed onto a molding machine. The machine shapes the dough into a cookie wafer while pushing the iconic Oreo emboss and brand name onto them.
The cookies are after that baked in an 85-meter-long industrial oven. A fans cools the wafer before being flipped and readied for the creme filling.
The sugary creme, which is mixed together in a 795-pound bathtub, is decreased onto the plain side of the wafers.
The cookies are sandwiched together before being loaded into plastic trays and bundled. The total cookie-making process takes about 90 minutes, churning out 3 ,000 biscuits every minute. Oreo cookies generate $1.5 billion in global annual earnings. .