Twinkies may be no more.
News outlets all over the country reported Friday morning that Hostess Brands is filing for bankruptcy on Friday.
The Huffington Post reports that the company workers on strike has "crippled" the company's production of Ding Dongs', Ho Hos and, of course, Twinkies.
Hostess told striking employees it would shut down if no agreement was reached to resume operations by Thursday night, according to Huffington Post.
The closing would cost almost 18,500 jobs.
It will also mean some of America's favorite snack cakes will be no more. Maybe stop by Giant Eagle and pick up a box on your way home.
Twinsburg Patch wants to know, which ones will you stock up on before they're gone?
- Twinkies Maker Will Close After Strike (ABC News)
- Twinkies maker Hostess Brands says liquidation decision expected Friday (Washington Post)
- Hostess Says Liquidation Possible as Labor Strike Continues (CNN Money)
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