Hostess Brands on Monday announced that an elusive cult favorite will be reintroduced this week.
According to published reports, Flowers Foods is set to buy Hostess bread brands, including Wonder bread, for $360 million after no other bidder came forward with a competing offer, a source familiar with the sale acknowledged Wednesday.
Kroger and Walmart may be looking to buy up assets from bankrupt food company Hostess Brands, according to published reports.
Fans of "Zombieland" take heart — should the world come to an end, the last Twinkie will be available at a Chicago-area Jewel Osco.
Hostess Brands, the maker of Twinkies and Ho Ho's, is closing down amid a union strike that the company said forced it to halt operations.
Hostess is making one of its limited-edition treats a full-time staple.
The maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
Consumers have helped Hostess add a new Twinkie flavor to its lineup.
Hostess is going "old-school cool."
Hostess is promoting its classic Twinkie snack with two limited-edition flavors.