Boston Creme Rolls Discontinued
Little Debbie snack cakes have long been a part of American childhoods, while they can still help satisfy adult sugar cravings today. Their popular products like Zebra Cakes, Honey Buns and Ice Creams continue to receive praise from fans across the country.
Over time, this family-owned company has seen some snacks go off sale due to changing tastes or combinations; one product in particular was Boston Creme Rolls: dense cake-like treats sold in two packs so people could either indulge alone or share. When they were pulled from shelves recently due to limited supply and demand concerns, many wondered whether or not they’d return soon.
Little Debbie still offers fan-favorite products despite its discontinuation, such as Zebra Cakes, Honey Buns, Nutty Buddy Bars and Cereal Pies. In addition, Little Debbie occasionally releases limited-edition treats; fans particularly enjoyed its Cookie Wreath which features chocolate vanilla and spice flavors – an instant hit among loyal consumers!
Little Debbie’s snack cake line has proven immensely successful since their launch in 1967. Since then, they have amassed sales totalling $5 billion worldwide; their iconic snack cakes include Zebra Cakes and Creme Rolls as well as expanding to create deep-fried Twinkies from Hostess after they had them county fried (reported on /r/StarsandStripes).
Recently, the company has been testing out some variations on its traditional snack cake. One such innovation was a Snickerdoodle Creme Pie which tasted similar to its namesake without having to consume as many original Snickerdoodles.
Snickerdoodle Creme Pies were a beloved treat from Little Debbie’s snack cake line-up, yet they may no longer be around. A search of their product locator revealed no results for this item, indicating its discontinuation.
Though it remains unknown why Boston Creme Rolls have been removed from shelves, McKee Foods Corporation may be to blame as their regulatory guidelines require them to meet certain requirements in order to sell at US military bases and Navy retail locations; due to this they may no longer be selling Boston Creme Rolls at commissaries – although they may return in the future like Bagel Bites and Bugles have.