I’m sure you’ve all heard the news of Hostess going out of business – except not really, maybe? Although I no longer eat Hostess products, there was a time in my life where I ate them regularly. My mom and dad would pack them as a treat in my school lunch. My childhood self will miss their delicious, completely artificial, preservative-filled products that I loved and devoured.

I figured a great way to say goodbye to Hostess would be to display some of their greatest products. I think my favorite Hostess products were the Hostess cupcakes and the coffee cakes. Are you going to miss Hostess if they do end up going out of business?

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  1. SOOOO I live in Australia and my whole life (22 years) of watching American movies and tv shows I have heard about twinkies and ding dongs and ho hos that have never been availble to me. These God-like snacks which seemed to glamorous and mysterious. WHAT do you taste like sacred cake? And now I have finally booked a trip to the U.S of A and they may not be upon the shelves whence I arrive? I have one thing to say…NOOOOOO!!!

  2. I used to eat their cupcakes almost every day with my school lunch. I don’t eat their products very often anymore, but I will most definitely miss Hostess and the nostalgia that they carry with them.

  3. Im sorry I didn’t read the blue colored font.. but according to Huffington Post, Mexico may save the Twinkies for those who still eat them.

    You might think they won’t be the same just because they would be mexican but I can assure you that Bimbo is the greatest ♥ their products are soooo delicious.

  4. There is a rumor in Mexico about this shocking news… I’ll share it with you
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/18/bimbo-twinkies-mexican-hostess-liquidation_n_2155070.html

    At least twinkies will survive.