Hostess Brings Back Original Banana Creme Flavor For Twinkies

Filed under: Business — @ June 14, 2007


I didn’t know Twinkies could get any worse, but they have

The makers of one of the top-selling junk food products of all time must be getting desperate now because they know they are teetering on the brink of economic collapse as people are finally realizing they don’t need to eat as much of these products anymore.

Interstate Bakeries Corp., parent company for Hostess who makes the famous half-billion selling spongy, creme-filled snack cake Twinkies, has now introduced a brand new flavor this week–well, sorta.

The new Banana-Creme Twinkies will now become a permanent part of their product offerings. Actually, this is the original flavor that Twinkies had back in the 1930′s and early 1940′s until there was a banana shortage during World War II when Hostess switched to the familiar vanilla creme.

Click here to find out why Hostess has decided to create this new flavor, see the shocking nutritional info on this new Twinkie, and you’ll never believe the asinine comments from someone who thinks these new Twinkies are actually “healthier.”

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