On Monday, Mondelez International introduced Oreo Thins, a lower calorie count version of the Oreo.
The paper-thin cookie will have a calorie count of 140 per four cookies, less than the 160 calories found in three original-sized cookies.
But don’t worry, the “thin” version will still have the same cream-to-cookie ratio as the original.
But there is something Mondelez may not want you to notice: the Oreo Thin package weighs 10.1 ounces while the original Oreo package weighs 14.3 ounces.
And yet according
to the AP, they will cost exactly the same.
Who says there’s no inflation?
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