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Topic - Daren Matropoulos
After a contentious union battle that left the company bankrupt, Hostess is putting its Twinkies snack cake back on store shelves.
Good news for Twinkies lovers — the company that bought Hostess Brands Inc. expects to put the famed snack back on store shelves as early as this summer.
"A lot of impostor products have come to the market while Hostess has been off the shelves," said Daren Matropoulos, a principal of the investment company that helped re-launch the snacks, in The Post.
"We look forward to having America's favorite snacks back on the shelf by this summer,"