Oreo has constructed an disaster-proof doomsday vault in the mountains of Norway to keep its cookie recipe and a pile of biscuits safe


Don’t know about the whole wide world, but cookie-brand Oreo is sure prepared for an Apocalypse. As seen in its recent video, the brand has reportedly built a storage facility that is designed to withstand both natural and manmade disasters. It is located above the permafrost line, placing it in the Arctic Circle.

The doomsday vault is constructed keeping in sight the Asteroid 2018VP1, which has a slim chance (0.41%) of hitting our planet on November 2. It stores a large stockpile of biscuits along with the original Oreo recipe in case of a god-forbid earth crash. To prevent decay or hostile conditions, the cookies are stored in mylar which can withstand temperatures of -80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and lock out any moisture and air.

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As per the brand, the vault also contains vials of powdered milk which along with snow will convert into a mixture for dunking the cookies in. In case, you’re interested to find the doomsday vault, here are its coordinates – 78°08’58.1″N, 16°01’59.7″E. It is placed near the Svalbard seed vault and features a coded lock to the door. Well, bring on the Apocalypse!

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[Via: NY Post]