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When Oreos were introduced in 1912, they came in two cream flavors. One version had the familiar white cream sandwiched between two chocolate cookies. The other was similar, except it had a lemon meringue filling. Both cookies could be bought in the United States for 25 cents a pound in cans with glass tops that allowed people to see the cookies. The cream-flavored cookies were by far the more popular flavor of the two varieties, and the lemon meringue Oreos were discontinued by Nabisco in the 1920s. Read more: Interesting Facts About Oreos | eHow

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