Twinkies are back, and if you enjoy a spongy concoction with a creamy center, then this is very good news. After an eight-month hiatus, Hostess has managed to resuscitate its fledgling snack empire and bring back one of America’s favorite treats.

As Hostess Brand Inc. descended into economic ruin, executives at the company made sure to give themselves six-figure raises. The company filed paperwork to liquidate its assets late last week, and will attend a hearing in front of a bankruptcy judge in New York, Monday (Nov. 19), yet gave its big wigs up to 300 […]

It’s a sad day for snack food junkies. Hostess is going out of business, which means treasured treat like Twinkies, Ho Hos and Ding Dongs are going to be a wrap. Rappers have long been junk food fanboys and Hostess products have crept into his lyrics. 

Twinkies have fallen into a sugary financial runt that they may not be able to come back from. Hostess Brand Inc., the company behind the cream-filled treats filed a motion with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York,  Friday (Nov. 16) to get permission to shut down.