The following theorem is known from a paper "Duality in Gerstenhaber Algebras" by Felix, Menichi, Thomas. Given a simply connected space X of finite type.

There is an equivalence of Gerstenhaber algebras

$HH^*(C_*(\Omega X,\mathbb{Q}), C_*(\Omega X,\mathbb{Q}) \cong HH^*(C^*(X,\mathbb{Q}),C^*(X,\mathbb{Q})$

On the left hand side we have Pontryagin product on the based loop space and on the right hand side rational cochains. $HH^*$ denotes Hochschild cohomology.

I have never seen anyone speak to the following enhanced statement, which makes me wonder if there is a counterexample or if I am simply missing some literature.

$HCH^*(C_*(\Omega X), C_*(\Omega X) \cong HCH^*(C^*(X),C^*(X))$

The question is: Is this statement true, false or unknown?

Here we are looking at Hochschild cochains in the homotopy category of $B(\infty)$ algebras. For the background police, a $B(\infty)$ algebra is a type of dg-Gerstenhaber structure, that naturally gives rise to a Gerstenhaber structure by passing to homology. For more info, see the paper of Keller mentioned below.

It is possible to prove this theorem when $C^*(X)$ is equivalent to a graded simply connected Koszul algebra( i.e. X is both formal and coformal). I believe this is due to Keller in a paper called the "Derived Invariance of Higher Structures of the Hochschild complex".