The same company that owns Tastykake is now adding Wonder bread to the mix.
Chris discusses all the efforts to save Hostess and Twinkies, the free stuff people are able to find to make it though tough times and the uproar caused by Wal-mart and Target opening on Thanksgiving night. He also talks to Comedian Dom Irrera in advance of his shows at Helium Comedy Club this week.
The Bastille Day Street Festival took a comical look back at the events that sparked the French Revolution, but with a Philly twist.
5:43 Tastykake has been sold to a company in Georgia. Now there is anger about a payout being made to CEO Charles Pizzi. 6:12 President Obama says he regrets his 2006 vote against raising the […]
“Philadelphia” is not among the ingredients listed on Tastykake packages, but some who love the treats might argue they wouldn’t taste the same if they weren’t made here by people who live here.
The maker of Tastykakes have asked the Securities and Exchange Commission for more time to file its annual earnings report while it seeks to sell or seek new financing for the struggling company.
There are new developments surrounding the financial troubles plaguing the Tasty Baking Company, the maker of Tastykakes.
Tastykake faces a financial expiration date today, as a loan payment that’s already late comes due.
Gov. Ed Rendell says the state is prepared to offer the financially troubled manufacturer of snack foods line Tastykakes a $1 million loan.
Rendell says he trying to help the 97-year-old Philadelphia company “stay on its feet.”
A long-time Philadelphia company announced Wednesday that unexpected production problems at it’s new South Philadelphia bakery have resulted in financial woes.
Tastykake unveiled a 40-inch-high Stanley Cup cake. The special cake has over 1,000 pieces of cake, including Tastykake Dark Chocolate, Peanut Butter Kandy Kakes, Butterscotch Krimpets, Chocolate Juniors, and Koffee Kake Juniors