Oreo has become the most powerful cookie in the world, with more than 491 million sold to date. Ever wondered who made the embossed decoration on the Orio biscuit? Well, the identity of its designer remains murky. Many Internet resources have credited William Turnier as the man behind the four-leaf clover and serrated-edge design, but Nabisco could confirm only that a man by that name worked for the company during that time as a 'design engineer.'
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