US: Hostess Brands to extend Donettes range

By Petah Marian | 25 July 2011

Hostess Brands has announced plans to extend its Donettes range of mini-donuts with a frosted devil's food cake variety.

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Hostess Brands has announced plans to extend its Donettes range of mini-donuts with a frosted devil's food cake variety.

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