Gloria Perez, left, and Vilma Landaverde use spatulas to make sure the Hostess Cupcakes remain upright during the flip at the Hostess plant in Emporia, Mo.
Gloria Perez, left, and Vilma Landaverde use spatulas to make sure the Hostess Cupcakes remain upright during the flip at the Hostess plant in Emporia, Mo. Jill Toyoshiba TNS
Gloria Perez, left, and Vilma Landaverde use spatulas to make sure the Hostess Cupcakes remain upright during the flip at the Hostess plant in Emporia, Mo. Jill Toyoshiba TNS

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