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Phantom Gourmet: Powdered Donut Taste Test

Phantom recently purchased bags of mini powdered donuts from a local supermarket. The bite-sized contenders were Entenmann’s, Hostess, Little Debbie and Tastykake.


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Carl Stevens’ Journal: Ode To The Twinkie

Twinkies are back under a restructured Hostess Company.


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Twinkies Returning To Store Shelves Next Month

Hostess is betting on a sweet comeback for Twinkies when they return to shelves next month.


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Hostess Gets Green Light To Shut Down

Twinkies, Ho Hos and Wonder Bread are up for sale now that a bankruptcy judge cleared the way for Hostess Brands Inc. to fire its 18,500 workers and wind down its operations.


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Hostess Says Talks To Stave Off Shutdown Fail

The maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs said late Tuesday that it failed to reach an agreement with its second-biggest union.


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New Hope Hostess May Stay In Business

It turns out the Twinkie may be just as indestructible as it’s rumored to be.


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Bankruptcy Judge Delays Hostess Brands’ Attempt To Sell Off Assets

Hostess attorneys wanted permission to close down operations and start laying off more than 18,000 employees across the company.


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300 Hostess Jobs Lost In Massachusetts

About 300 jobs have reportedly been eliminated in Massachusetts as Hostess Brands Inc. goes out of business.


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Hostess, Maker Of Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Wonder Bread, Going Out Of Business

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.


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Local Hostess Jobs In Danger

About 300 Massachusetts jobs hang in the balance as Hostess negotiates its way out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to documents filed by the company with state labor officials.