Twinkies returned to shelves Monday for the first time since November after Hostess went bankrupt last year. The new Twinkies will have fewer calories, weigh less, and have a longer shelf life. A Hostess spokeswoman told the Associated Press the change in size was made “mid-2012” by the predecessor company just before it went bankrupt, and the change in shelf life was made in November. The price, however, remains the same, although retailers may charge a different fee.
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