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Contact Hostess Brands: Find below customer service details of Hostess Brands, including phone and email. Besides contact details, the page also offers a brief overview of the company.

Head Office
Hostess Brands, LLC
P.O. Box 419593
Kansas City, MO 64141
United States

Customer Support
Phone: 816-701-4600 (corporate)
Phone: 1-800-483-7253 (Hostess Cakes)
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About Hostess Brands
Hostess Brands is a manufacturer of branded snacks in the US. The company was founded in 2013 and has its headquarters at Kansas City, Missouri. The bakery company operates under the Hostess and Dolly Madison names.

Hostess is today one of the largest packaged food companies in the country. It’s history dates back to 1919 when the Hostess CupCake was introduced to the public. Today, the many Hostess snacks include Ding Dongs, Ho Hos, Donettes, Fruit Pies, Twinkies and CupCakes. In a year, Hostess sells close to half a billion Twinkies. You can visit the Hostess Cakes website to locate a store nearest to your address.

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18 Comments

  1. Sharon Dollahan Reply

    I have always loved Hostess choc filled cupcakes, forever! This box was the worst I have ever had. Cake was so dry you couldn’t hardly swallow, icing so dry it wouldn’t break. What has happen to the good cakes you used to sell??

  2. Patricia J David Reply

    Hello, I am 63 years old and I remember when your products really tasted good.
    Now your products are super small, never fresh,
    the flavor is not the same and not even worth the
    Purchase price.
    What happened to your company? Is there no pride in the products that you are making? You need to
    Hire some baby boomers in your R & D, they are the
    ones that could bring back that freshness, flavor and
    size of snacks we remember. You are cutting too many corners and it really shows in the quality of your
    products.

  3. Matthew McGrath Reply

    I was eating one of the Cupcakes after lunch. Before I bit into it I noticed it had mold. I found out when I got home that 5 out of the 8 in the box were the same way. I’m just glad one of my kids didn’t eat one.

  4. Anna Valdez Reply

    Please bring back banana flavor Suzy Q’s. They were so good. I was in 3rd grade when tried for the first time. Now I’m 53. Zingers a very small now. The chocolate zingers are to sweet. The twinkies are ok. Snowballs cake is too dry. I like Safeway brand fruit pies. Hostess doesn’t put enough filling in their pies.

  5. I tried a box of Ho Ho’s for the last time. Cakes are dry with a bitter after taste and the chocolate coating is so thin it has lost its magic. Terrible.

  6. I have been a hostess fan for years but now that it has come under new ownership I have notice a big change in taste and the size of all your products. I don’t know if everyone is realizing what I am and that is the prices have gone up and the food is way smaller than it used to be. It’s a joke. I was so disappointed in the zingers they taste like crap and the cup cakes, the ding dongs and even the the cakes covered in coconut. The twinkies are bad and very small too and really not worth buying. It’s a shame you can’t get your money’s worth anymore. Trust me when I say it’s not just hostess it’s potato chips, pop, cookies and well everything. It’s all smaller in size but the costs are more. As a consumer I just needed to voice my opinion because I’m dissatisfied, disappointed and I have a family of 4 that’s hard to feed with all the costs and downsized food I almost have to buy 2 of everything just to feed all of us, It’s outrageous and I really can’t afford to treat my kids to a Twinkie or mini donuts and I’m just going to stop wasting my money on these products. Thank you for your time.

  7. Hello my name is pebbles and I grew up with hostess bakery and doughnuts and cookies and other products, I lived in Detroit Michigan when hostess bakery was located on Oakman Blvd and fenkell right down the street from sanders bakery, everyday I would walk home from school then it was turner Elementary school they are closed now sadly but when we would walk home all you smelled was delicious cake baking it use to smell so good! the whole block would smell like cake and cookies baking, in 2012 sadly they closed and the baking factory was closed. No more delicious Cake and cookies baking smell in the air the company went out of business. And over time I under stood that there would still be some hostess products like the famous Twinkies and chocolate doughnuts and bread and cookies in grocery stores I was happy to hear that and I begin to get Twinkies and Ding dong’s and I noticed the chocolate doughnuts don’t taste the same as they used to why? They used to taste so good and moist and soft but now they don’t taste good like they used to. The chocolate doughnuts are just about tasteless only thing that is still good is the chocolate coating but the doughnut isn’t so good anymore why? It’s as if they don’t have any taste, why the change? I was very disappointed because hostess was a favorite of mine but not so much anymore because of how the doughnuts have changed I really wish the company would go back to the way it used to be moist and soft and tasty. I hope this company will return to the ol school days when they were delicious tasted so good and moist and soft again. go back to the old recipe it’s much better, thank you so much

  8. Dried out Ho Ho’s why? Chocolate no taste just a cheap color coating.I wanted to have a memory but guess it was to much to hope for.. Chalk it up to progress in a company, cut cost where ever they can.

  9. I haven’t had Ding Dongs in a long while, well I bought a box of them today… They tasted ok, not as good as they use too, however… they are so small now…I doubt I will pay that much for a two-bite Ding Dong… in the future. Hostess use to have a good name, not anymore…. sorry.

  10. Rachel Bigelow Reply

    Love your products in hosting a party next month for my daughter and was wondering if had any coupons that would help me out with buying some snacks

  11. Skye Quartermain Reply

    I purchased hostess bakery petites white fudge vanilla cake delights and they were wonderful except the bag would not reseal. The entire plastic zipper was not attached to the bag and it made it most inconvenient.

  12. I love Hostess Twinkies but I never see them one sale in any of the stores I go in. Was wondering if your company would send me out some coupons to off set the price?

  13. Okay Hostess…… so I have stood by you long enough, Again I purchased ANOTHER box of the Cherry Fruit pies, and AGAIN the filling is minimal and like rubber cement glue, I have already decided not to ever purchase the Apple pies because I tried to endure the awful pie filling that has a toxic substance ( numbs the mouth), but I have decided to no longer purchase the Cherry pies. After while there will be no products that interest me, and Little Debbie is an absolute no.

  14. Michele Valentine Reply

    I am 62 years old and have always been a Hostess fan. Twinkies, Ding Dongs, HO HO’s. They were always fresh and I considered them a treat, a comfort, a memory from childhood. Not quite sure what has happened. Purchased a box of HO HO’s from Publix, well in advance of their expiration date 10/18. Literally half the size they used to be which may be due to the health conscious, but then adjust the price accordingly. The taste was horrible, took one bite threw it in the garbage. The remaining box will be returned, yes, even for $3.99. How very disappointing.

  15. Rufuu Mcbride Reply

    Why is it that I cannot find orange cupcakes in the box at stores in College Station,Texas used to get them at Wal-Mart but can’t find them any more

  16. Diane R Wright Reply

    Today I purchase several of your Apple fruit Pies. When I stated eating them I said to myself these are still the greatest pie and then I had this horrible after taste. What is going on? I am throwing the rest of the pies in the garage.
    Thank you.
    p.s.
    Are you trying to get rid of your loyal customers?

  17. Many years ago I got a job driving a catering truck. One of the first things I learned is that you can’t sell a product that isn’t there. If you don’t have the product on the truck, you lose money. The second thing I learned is that you replace products that are not selling with products that are.

    I can’t understand why that simple rule is ignored by so many companies including yours. For the third week in a row, I went to my Giant Eagle store in Garfield Heights, Ohio and was met with an empty shelf where the chocolate cupcakes are. When I went to complain, the clerk told me Hostess stocks their own shelves and Hostess doesn’t give them any stock for the back room for when they run out of a product. What a stupid concept. Like always, they had plenty of vanilla cupcakes, but no chocolate.

    If your service person can’t figure out to put more boxes of chocolate cupcakes on the shelf and less vanilla ones, maybe he or she should drive a catering truck for a while until they learn the art of sales and then come back to your company. If you don’t have the product I want to buy, YOU LOSE MONEY! I can’t buy what you’re not selling.

    If that’s impossible to do (for whatever reason) might I suggest you change your company rules to give the store extra supplies of products that run out so they can stock the shelves.

  18. I love all Hostess products but, I tried the new HoHos that stated on the box top “Now with our best chocolate taste ever”. The taste and chocolate crunch wasn’t too bad. What got to me was the ever lingering after-taste which lasted for hours in your mouth. Nothing I ate or drank would get rid of it for hours. I ate 3 at different times and the after effects were the same, lingering after taste in a bad way. Threw the rest away. Thank you!

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