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Hershey Says New Treats To Fuel Sales Jump In 2017

Hershey has got a craving for some new snacking treats.

The chocolate maker on Friday predicted sales would increase by 2% to 3% in 2017, due to the rollout of new Hershey’s Cookie Layer Crunch bars, expanded distribution of barkTHINS, and new Reese’s and Krave snacks. 436 more words

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Palmer & Publix Candy Recall [US]

US/Silver Spring: Palmer Candy Company recalls certain batch/lots of numerous Delhaize, Palmer, Publix and Trail’s End branded Candy Products due to suspected Salmonella contamination, a serious health hazard. 873 more words

Food & Drink

Hostess Twinkies Recall [US]

US/Silver Spring: Hostess Brands, LLC recalls certain batch/lots of Limited-Edition Holiday White Peppermint Hostess Twinkies due to suspected Salmonella contamination, a serious health hazard. FDA: … 617 more words

Food & Drink

Hostess Brands Returns to Wall Street

Hostess Brands is hoping Wall Street likes a comeback story. The maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs debuted as a newly public company Monday, just four years after landing in bankruptcy. 427 more words

Pubdesk

This Is What's Next For Hostess

People have been deep-frying Twinkies for years at restaurants, state fairs, and in their own homes. But Hostess made headlines earlier this month when it announced it would take the indulgent snack into its own hands and start selling Deep-Fried Twinkies in the frozen food section of the grocery store. 359 more words

Retail

Should Investors Bet On Twinkies Owner's IPO?

Hostess Brands is hoping an initial public offering won’t serve up indigestion to investors.

The owner of the Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Ho Hos, and Wonder bread is aiming to appease investors’ sweet tooth this week by entering the public markets under an… 801 more words

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Four Years After Bankruptcy, Hostess Will Go Public Again

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NEW YORK (AP) – Almost four years after seeking bankruptcy protection under a barrage of labor issues and rapidly changing appetites, the maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs will take the stage once again as a publicly traded company. 107 more words

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