In 2012, Hostess filed for bankruptcy. At that time, the company announced that it would no longer manufacture Twinkies or many of the brand's other goodies. This caused an uproar, and the little spongy cakes started flying off the shelves. Hostess has since completed major rebranding and is finally making a comeback.
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