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andyh40

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  • Joined: 7/4/2006
  • Location: Crossville, TN
Hostess Suzi Q's Wed, 09/27/06 3:30 PM (permalink)
Does anyone have trouble finding Hostess Suzi-Q's in a multi-pack box at the grocery. They have Twinkees and HO-Ho's everywhere, But there have only been a few times that I have been able to buy these cakes in multi-packs. At least, I can't find them like that in Mid Tennessee.

Sometimes you can find them as single packs at gas stations and convenience stores. Anyone got the scoop?
 
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    SassyGritsAL

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    • Joined: 10/27/2005
    • Location: Huntsville, AL
    RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Thu, 09/28/06 10:45 AM (permalink)
    I live in Huntsville, AL, and have just recently discovered that our Wal-Marts now sell Suzi-Q's for only $2.50 a box. Thought I would never find them. Check out your WM and good luck.
     
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      stephiegirl

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      • Joined: 5/31/2005
      • Location: Bad Axe, MI
      RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Sat, 09/30/06 1:43 PM (permalink)
      For as long as I can remember I have seen the multi-pack boxes of Suzi-Q's as well as almost all their other products at Wal-mart and at our local grocery store and I live in Michigan. I love the Ho-Ho's and Ding Dongs or King Dons (whatever they are called). What a great snack.
       
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        bss717

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        • Joined: 8/28/2006
        • Location: Knoxville, TN
        RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Sat, 10/7/06 1:58 PM (permalink)
        No problems finding them out here in E. TN. I acutally bought a box a few weeks ago for the first time in ages.
         
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          FlippyTheRed

          RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Sat, 10/7/06 2:42 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by stephiegirl

          For as long as I can remember I have seen the multi-pack boxes of Suzi-Q's as well as almost all their other products at Wal-mart and at our local grocery store and I live in Michigan. I love the Ho-Ho's and Ding Dongs or King Dons (whatever they are called). What a great snack.

          Not to threadjack this topic but my friends used to insist they were called Ding Dongs when I KNEW they were King Dons - I even remember the commercials with King Don. The last time I saw them they were Ding Dongs. Is this a regional thing? What gives?
           
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            stephiegirl

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            • Location: Bad Axe, MI
            RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Wed, 10/18/06 7:09 PM (permalink)
            No I have since looked and they are called Ding Dongs. I do remember them being called King Dons. I haven't seen any Hostess products disappearing off the shelves yet. Has anyone seen the new Little Debbie product that is called Snow Puffs? On the top they are a like a Hostess snow ball but with only the marshmallow coconut top and have a soft fudge cookie bottom. They are not too bad except they have no cream filling.
             
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              6star

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              • Joined: 1/28/2004
              • Location: West Peoria, IL
              RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Wed, 10/18/06 7:36 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by stephiegirl

              Has anyone seen the new Little Debbie product that is called Snow Puffs? On the top they are a like a Hostess snow ball but with only the marshmallow coconut top and have a soft fudge cookie bottom. They are not too bad except they have no cream filling.

              Here is their picture: http://www.littledebbie.com/products/SnowPuffs.asp
               
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                rmcielwain

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                • Joined: 7/26/2004
                • Location: Chipley, FL
                RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Fri, 10/20/06 4:09 PM (permalink)

                We've got Suzi-Q's at our local WM Supercenter for $2.50, although (it may have
                been a misprint) the price a few days ago was $2.05!

                BTW, if there is a Save-A-Lot in your area, check the snack cake section
                because on a few occasions (at least in our store here in the middle of
                the Florida Panhandle, which is not one of their main markets), they've
                been known to bring in a shipment of Tastykakes (right now, the spice-
                flavored Krimpets are in as well as two Halloween-related cake products!)
                 
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                  stephiegirl

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                  • Location: Bad Axe, MI
                  RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Sat, 10/28/06 12:34 AM (permalink)
                  It's funny that you talk about Save-A-Lot having Tastykake products because in recent times when I've been in there they have had different Tastykake items including the chocolate chip peanut butter bars (which are delicious).
                   
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                    rmcielwain

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                    • Joined: 7/26/2004
                    • Location: Chipley, FL
                    RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Mon, 10/30/06 8:00 PM (permalink)

                    Yep, & I got a box of those spice-flavored Krimpets last week!
                    Our store did have the Chocolate Chip Bars a few months back...for some
                    odd reason, about a year ago, the Wal-Mart about a mile down the street had
                    Tastykakes in their store for about a week (test?) & then they never appeared
                    again. Before that, the only place which carried Tastykake products on a
                    regular basis was the Albertson's in Panama City.
                     
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                      buttrdish

                      • Total Posts: 81
                      • Joined: 7/30/2005
                      • Location: Tacoma, WA
                      RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Mon, 10/30/06 8:33 PM (permalink)
                      Good to know Safeway has stopped carrying them and I have not found them anywhere, WalMart here I come!! We actually have never gotten them in a multi-pack only individually wrapped ones.
                       
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                        jeepguy

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                        • Location: chicago, IL
                        RE: Hostess Suzi Q's Mon, 10/30/06 8:38 PM (permalink)
                        I just had two devil's food Zingers w/white frosting that i got out of a vending machine at work. Not bad, i think i'll eat the third.
                         
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