NYC high schoolers dunk Oreo over ‘Double Stuf’ claim

A math class asserts that the amount of filling in the Double Stuf cookies isn’t actually twice what it is in the brand’s regular cookies.

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The iconic Nabisco cookie and social media darling has been exposed by a group of enthusiastic math students at a New York high school.

Dan Anderson’s consumer math class found out that Double Stuf Oreos are only 1.86 times the size of regular Oreos.

The New York Daily News has the scoop—and they even show their work.

In a very un-Oreo move, the brand decided to play the role of nay-saying jerk. From the Daily News:

Nabisco spokeswoman Kimberly Fontes wrote the Daily News in an email that the Double Stuf Oreos are made with double the cream in comparison to the regular Oreos.

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