Oreos are one of the most well-known cookies in the world, with around 40 billion produced each year. But consumers might not know what some of the ingredients like soy lecithin and alkali-processed cocoa really do.
WSJ spoke with a food scientist to understand how the “creme”-filled cookie is made.
0:00 Meet Bruno, a food scientist of 20 years
0:30 The ingredients in an Oreo’s creme
3:47 What is the cookie made of?
5:46 Bruno’s closing thoughts and suggestions
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