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Swedish Fish Flavour Oreos Have Us Scratching Our Heads...
Our favourite biscuit has taken a turn for the worse...
What's not to like when it comes to Oreos? Two layers of double chocolate biscuits sandwiched together by a creamy filling flavoured with... SWEDISH FISH?
Yep, you heard us right!
In a bid to switch up their current offering, they've swapped out their signature vanilla cream filling for a brand new flavour, but at first glance it doesn't sound very appetising.
Don't worry though, the brand new take on the biscuit isn't actually made up of a fishy filling.
It turns out there is a popular sweet in the U.S called Swedish Fish, a chewy candy which is a bit like a wine gum and comes in a variety of flavours such as cherry, lime, orange and lemon.
So instead of a chocolate taste, the new range of Oreos will taste like a chewy sweet instead... Erm, how delicious?
We'll pass thank you...even if no fish were actually harmed in the making of these sweet treats!
You'll be shocked when you see the result!
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