Oreo has an Oreo Doomsday Vault and everyone is trying to know if that’s fake or real. While we have had Oreo become one of the fastest-growing brand in the world. It has managed to win almost everyone’s hearts with its taste and quality. But what is that Oreo Doomsday Vault that you all must know about?
Read ahead to know more about Oreo Doomsday Vault going viral on the internet with netizens thinking if it’s real or fake.
Oreo Doomsday Vault goes viral on the internet
If you love cookies and biscuits then you surely must be having a liking for Oreo too. Well yes, the popular brand has always been the customer’s favorite when it comes to great taste and quality. But apart from that the marketing of the brand also remains an attention-seeking aspect.
As it happened when recently on social media we came across a video having Oreo build an Oreo Doomsday Vault in Norway. But what’s said about the vault is something that’s making everyone think if that’s real or fake.
What is the viral Oreo Doomsday Vault of Norway? Is it real?
The video claiming an Oreo Doomsday Vault in Norway first came out in the year 2020. As that’s when a video came out showing the vault and its look. In the video the executives of the Oreo Vault played by actors were visible. As it showed how the vault was made.
While now once again, the video has come with it claiming the Oreo Doomsday Vault in Norway. But the confusion it leaves on all is whether it’s real or fake. Well, the Oreo Doomsday Vault is indeed real and it is in Svaldbard Global Seed Vault, Norway.
@valamemez Oreo built a “doomsday”vault to preserve cookies for the future generations🤔#interesting #futuregeneration #oreos #foodtiktok #viralvideo #fypnowtiktok ♬ original sound – Vala
Netizens’ reaction to Oreo Doomsday Vault, Norway
Oreo Doomsday Vault being a reality has made all curious to know about what exactly it holds in it. As we came to know that the vault has “Oreo recipe and stockpile of cookies” in it according to Food and Wine. While it is also to be in the coordinates 78° 08’ 58.1”N, 16° 01’ 59.7” E.
The Vault keeps the cookies safe and in good condition even under extreme temperatures of -80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. Knowing which netizens have given their reaction by saying “everybody leave me alone. I’m currently looking into this Oreo Doomsday Vault”. While others have been excited to know about the vault too.
Oreo built a DOOMSDAY vault in Norway, not for humans. But for their cookies. They wanted people to enjoy Oreo’s after the collapse of human civilization. I’d be more worried about humanity surviving, but I suppose this helped get marketing of their back.
— tim bradley (@timisawake) November 28, 2022