DENVER – It’s been a year since Hostess launched “the sweetest comeback in the history of ever”, but strange odors have some consumers questioning that.
“I wouldn’t eat these,” said Johanna Jamison after smelling the white powdered Donettes.
The Hostess Facebook page is filled with posts from consumers who said when they opened the white powdered Donettes they were moldy and smelled like chemicals.
“To anyone who has bought and eaten the white powdered donettes that have the chemical odor and taste, I urge you to report it to the FDA. Hostess is doing nothing about this problem and continues to keep this product on the shelf,” posted one woman from Utah.
“I also bought a pack of the tainted, chemical smelling white powder donuts!!! I only took half a bite but it was so horrible!!! I’ve never tasted anything like that and then the mold!!! wtf why are these not being recalled??!!” posted a woman out of California.
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