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How to get FREE Oreos at Bullring as Oreo truck comes to city on UK tour

If you love Oreos, then this will be right up your street. The Oreo Flavour Mobile is coming back to Birmingham this year to give out more goodies. The bright blue truck has already set off on its latest UK tour, where you’ll be able to sample the full range of flavours, including mint, strawberry cheesecake, peanut butter and the new Choc’o Brownie.

The Oreo Flavour Mobile will be in Rotunda Square, Bullring, on August 26 and 27, from 9m to 7pm. And organisers say there will be plenty of Oreo treats to hand out, so expect more than one each if you turn up on the day.

The Oreo bus in BirminghamThe Oreo truck in Birmingham in 2016

To find the perfect flavour for you, you can complete a quiz at the Flavour Mobile and receive an Oreo truffle. Oreo was first launched in the USA in 1912 but only marketed across the UK as recently as 2008.

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The Oreo Flavour Mobile is coming

The “sandwich cookie” consists of two chocolate wafers separated by a cream filling.

There are many different flavours around the world. The British Oreo has the same recipe as the US version but has been repackaged here in the typical tubular wrapping used for other UK biscuits.

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The Oreo UK tour 2017

Oreo biscuits

Northumberland Square, Newcastle: August 15 – 18 Castle Street, Edinburgh: August 21 – 22

Rotunda Square, Birmingham: August 26 – 27 Church Street, Liverpool: August 30 – 31 Fusion Festival, Liverpool: September 2 – 3

Register House, Edinburgh: September 4 – 5

London: September 6 – 10

Queen’s Street, Cardiff: September 15 – 17

How to get FREE Oreos at Bullring as Oreo truck comes to city on UK tour

If you love Oreos, then this will be right up your street. The Oreo Flavour Mobile is coming back to Birmingham this year to give out more goodies. The bright blue truck has already set off on its latest UK tour, where you’ll be able to sample the full range of flavours, including mint, strawberry cheesecake, peanut butter and the new Choc’o Brownie.

The Oreo Flavour Mobile will be in Rotunda Square, Bullring, on August 26 and 27, from 9m to 7pm. And organisers say there will be plenty of Oreo treats to hand out, so expect more than one each if you turn up on the day.

The Oreo bus in BirminghamThe Oreo truck in Birmingham in 2016

To find the perfect flavour for you, you can complete a quiz at the Flavour Mobile and receive an Oreo truffle. Oreo was first launched in the USA in 1912 but only marketed across the UK as recently as 2008.

Read More

The Oreo Flavour Mobile is coming

The “sandwich cookie” consists of two chocolate wafers separated by a cream filling.

There are many different flavours around the world. The British Oreo has the same recipe as the US version but has been repackaged here in the typical tubular wrapping used for other UK biscuits.

Read More

The Oreo UK tour 2017

Oreo biscuits

Northumberland Square, Newcastle: August 15 – 18 Castle Street, Edinburgh: August 21 – 22

Rotunda Square, Birmingham: August 26 – 27 Church Street, Liverpool: August 30 – 31 Fusion Festival, Liverpool: September 2 – 3

Register House, Edinburgh: September 4 – 5

London: September 6 – 10

Queen’s Street, Cardiff: September 15 – 17

More local rail operators needed to handle freight, cargo services

KUALA LIPIS: Malaysia needs more local railway operators to handle freight and cargo services to enhance connectivity and trade activities, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

He said with more railway operators, the cost of handling goods transported by rail could be reduced as it would be more competitive. “Besides that, we can also reduce road congestion, pollution and road accidents involving lorries and trailers,” he told reporters here today. Liow said this during his visit to witness the machinery handing over ceremony from two Chinese companies, China Jiangsu KTK Locomotive

Liow said Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB) and Prasarana Malaysia Bhd are currently managing railway operations in the country.

Liow also encouraged KTMB, which has been a major player in the railway industry for more than a century now, to work with private partners and penetrate international markets.

“We have to find a way to be a regional player and grab the opportunities outside Malaysia,” he added. Liow, who is also the National Logistics Taskforce Chairman, said that better rail connectivity would help boost the economy and everyone would benefit from it, alluding to the success of the Sungai Buloh-Kajang Mass Rapid Transit (SBK MRT). “Its completion has led not only Kuala Lumpur city centre, but also Greater Kuala Lumpur, to further drive the country’s economy,” he added.

The SBK MRT line is the ninth rail transit line and the second fully-automated and driverless rail system in the Klang Valley.

The second phase of the MRT, the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya line, is currently under construction and expected to be operational by 2022.

— BERNAMA