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How Sweet It Is! Twinkies Return To Store Shelves

The beloved cream-filled snack cakes are officially returning to store shelves Monday nine months after Hostess went bankrupt.


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Sweet! Twinkies To Hit Store Shelves Next Month

Based on the outpouring of nostalgia sparked by its demise, Hostess is expecting a blockbuster return next month for Twinkies and other sugary treats, such as CupCakes and Donettes. The company says the cakes will taste the same but that the boxes will now bear the tag line “The Sweetest Comeback In The History Of Ever.”


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Judge Approves Up To $1.8 Million In Bonuses For Hostess Executives

The maker of Twinkies, Ding Dongs and Ho Hos said the incentive pay is needed to retain the 19 corporate officers and “high-level managers” during the liquidation process, which could take about a year.


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Hostess Gets OK To Begin Selling Off Brands And Terminate 18,000 Jobs

A bankruptcy court judge is approving a request by Hostess Brands Inc. to begin winding down its operations.


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Judge Orders Hostess To Mediate With Union

The news came Monday after Hostess moved to liquidate and sell off its assets in bankruptcy court citing a crippling strike last week.


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Hostess Up For Bankruptcy Hearing In White Plains

New York will play host Monday to Hostess brands, as the maker of Twinkies, Drake’s cakes and Wonder Bread will have a hearing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains.


Hostess driver Lou Piero in front of his delivery truck on his last day of work in Bridgeport - Nov. 16, 2012 (credit: John Metaxas / WCBS 880)

Hostess Going Out Of Business; Gov. Christie Refuses To Talk About Twinkies

Hostess, the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, is going out of business, closing plants, laying off its 18,500 workers and putting its brands up for sale.



Major Food Companies Taking A Pass On Salt

New York City health officials announced Tuesday that Butterball, Hostess and four other companies had joined an effort to cut salt levels in packaged foods by 25 percent.