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Twinkies Will Be Back On Store Shelves In Mid-July

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  Original Published: 6/25/2013  Months ago, snackers mourned the loss of an iconic food, one hard-core fans might label "as American as apple pie."   Now, snack-maker Hostess has some good news.   Twinkies will be back on shelves on July 15.   That's according to the newly-revitalized Hostess Brands.   The company announced it was going out of business last year after it was unable to emerge from bankruptcy.   The announcement meant the end of the Twinkie, along with other Hostess favorites including Ho-Hos, Cupcakes, Zingers and Ding-Dongs.   Once the end was in sight, Twinkies disappeared from shelves and devotees of the cream-filled cakes stocked up.   Now, they only need enough to last until mid-July.
   
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