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Nicey replies: Yep, Tim Tams taste nice but they are almost 60% more expensive than Penguins. Also Penguins still have jokes on them and they have been updated. There is a slew of new Penguin products available now including Chukkas and Splatz as we reported in a recent news item, so I think the whole Penguin brand is looking stronger than ever.

We are going along to the Tim Tam launch next week so we'll probably do a special report on it.

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Nicey replies: I don't recall saying anything about Americans being fat or stupid in the review, that would have been rude and demeaning. I certainly did eat some, as did my two sons, who unusually for them declined the offer of more despite drinking milk at the time.

I don't doubt for a minute that 'poor' Oreos can help be anything other than a huge imperial biscuit given the size of the US market and the market penetration it commands. So I think it can stand having some of its less pleasant facts discussed.