OREO® Stacking Events at Foodland

Do you love OREO® cookies? Well, they are definitely one of our favorite cookies, and we'll be hosting fun OREO® Stacking events at select Foodland and Sack N Save locations this Saturday, April 27th and also on Saturday, May 11th.

OREO® stacking is a fun new way for OREO® fans, 6 years and older, to enjoy their favorite cookie! Fans can compete to try to create the tallest tower of OREO® cookies in 30 seconds...without it toppling over.

All you need are steady hands and OREO® cookies to compete in the OREO® Stacking Event. Flex your stacking skills to take home fun OREO® prizes from 9:30am -3:30pm at the following Foodland locations:

Saturday April 27

Foodland Beretania
Foodland Kaneohe
Foodland Wahiawa
Foodland Ewa Beach

Saturday, May 11

Foodland Waipio
Foodland Laie
Sack N Save Stadium
Foodland Kailua
Foodland Kapolei

Hope we see you soon!

OREO® is a registered trademark of Kraft Foods.

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