Twinkies are making an early comeback at Wal-Mart stores, and they won’t be frozen beforehand.
The company says the cakes will taste the same but that the boxes will now bare the tag line “The Sweetest Comeback In The History Of Ever.”
Hostess is moving ahead with plans to sell its Twinkies, and one of the new owners says the spongy cream-filled snacks could be back on shelves by summer.
The same company that owns Tastykake is now adding Wonder bread to the mix.
The maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs said late Tuesday that it failed to reach an agreement with its second-biggest union.
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.
Hostess Brands Inc. and its second largest union will go into mediation to try and resolve their differences, meaning the Irving, Texas-based company won’t go out of business just yet.
Chris takes issue with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s appearance on Saturday Night Live. He asks how old is too old to be a judge and he talks to Ray Didinger about yesterday’s crushing Eagles loss, Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Nancy O’Dell from Entertainment Tonight.
Twinkie-maker Hostess only just announced its shutdown, but some people are already scrambling to make a buck on the remains of the dwindling supply.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he wasn’t about to take the bait: a question dealing with that quintessential junk food, Twinkies.
Hostess, the maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread, plans to go out of business, lay off its 18,500 workers and sell its snack cake and bread brands.
330 workers at the hostess bakery at Blue Grass Road and Grant Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia have entered the second day of their strike that began at 12:01am Saturday.