November 27, 2012

What Baptists Can Learn From Twinkies

Derik Hamby, Associated Baptist Press

Hostess Cup cakes are going out of business. Twinkies, Zingers, and all the rest are endangered species.  Hoarders are buying boxes and putting them on Ebay. True fans are hoping someone will buy them soon. The blame for the downfall of processed sugar snacks is given to the changing times and people’s healthier eating habits. Folks aren’t eating Twinkies like they used too! Even repacking and offering low calorie options didn’t help.

Maybe Baptists need to pay attention to the fall of the American Twinkie. The world is changing. What we used to do isn’t working anymore and we all know it.

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