Although the brands will most likely be sold off, the most tragic casualty may be that the Twinkie, that beloved and mysterious snack food, will no longer be produced — at least until it is bought by another company.
Like many big names, Hostess tries to keep its production details a secret. But here's what we know ...
First the dough is placed in a mold and baked for ten minutes.
Which turns the top of the Twinkie brown.
Next, the cream filling is injected into the Twinkie by making three holes in the top. It's then flipped so the holes aren't visible when the Twinkie is packaged.
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