We’ve scoured the four corners of the earth to bring you an exciting and exotic selection of treats – from South Korean, Kellogg’s has released a green onion-flavoured Chex cereal, Jammie Dodgers are again available in vegan variants in the UK and, across...
It’s too early to say when Devil Dogs and Ring Dings will be back on shelves, but they - and other brands in the Drake’s snack cake portfolio - will likely be produced in plants in Collegedale, Tennessee and Stuarts Draft, Virginia, says new owner McKee...
While Hostess Brands has placed the blame for its demise squarely on the shoulders of the Baker’s union, its boss says his members rejected the company’s final collective bargaining offer last year because they were convinced it had become "fatally...
The $1.75m in bonuses to be shared by bosses at Hostess Brands should they meet targets relating to the sell-off of its assets are “below market rates” and “completely routine”, says the now-defunct maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs.
It was a fascinating month for the US food and beverage industry, with California rejecting Prop 37, ConAgra Foods finally agreeing a deal to acquire Ralcorp, Hostess Brands throwing in the towel, and FDA exercising its FSMA muscle.
The nearly extinct Twinkie has received a scurry of free publicity over the past two weeks and the saga may just lead to Wonder Bread t-shirts and Twinkie imitations coming out of the woodwork, an analyst says.
A union leader representing about 7,500 Hostess Brands workers has said he has zero confidence that the company will come to an agreement over workers’ pensions, ahead of a bankruptcy court hearing on Tuesday.
Beleaguered Twinkies and Wonder Bread maker Hostess Brands has appointed Gregory Rayburn as CEO to lead it out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy, replacing Brian Driscoll, whose resignation was effective on Friday.
A major bakery workers union has hit out against Hostess Brands for its assertion that pensions obligations were a principal reason for its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, blaming 'ineffective executives' instead.
Wonder bread and Twinkies maker Hostess Brands has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy to allow it to restructure, but does not expect to stop producing or delivering any of its products during the process, the company said on Wednesday.