Snyder’s of Hanover Launches Flavorful Expansion to its Gluten Free Pretzels

Hanover, Pa. – Snyder’s of Hanover has launched two new, boldly-flavored gluten-free pretzel varieties, providing tasteful, innovative options for those in search of gluten-free snacks. According to an annual study by NPD Group, nearly one third of Americans are looking to reduce their current gluten intake. Available in a Honey Mustard & Onion or Hot Buffalo Wing variety, Snyder’s of Hanover’s new Gluten Free Flavored Pretzel Sticks give consumers the flexibility to enjoy great-tasting gluten-free snacks without cutting back on flavor.
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Snyder’s of Hanover® Makes Bold Move by Entering Flavored Corn-Snacks Category

New Korn Krunchers Feature Three Intense Flavors to Kick Up Snack Time

Hanover, Pa. – Snyder’s of Hanover announces the launch of Korn Krunchers, a new line of boldly flavored corn snacks that are sure to excite America’s tastebuds. Available in three flavors, the bite-sized crunchy snacks are baked and perfectly seasoned to deliver big, bold taste and a light, crispy texture.
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SNYDER’S OF HANOVER® LAUNCHES SWEET & SALTY FLAVORED PRETZEL PIECES

Expanded Line Now Includes Cinnamon Sugar and Salted Caramel Varieties

Hanover, Pa. – In response to the growing popularity of sweet and salty flavor mash-ups, Snyder’s of Hanover is excited to add Cinnamon Sugar and Salted Caramel varieties to its existing line of Flavored Pretzel Pieces.
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Score big with a game-day snacking strategy

Upwards of 100 million viewers will tune in to watch a professional sporting event this winter and spring season. As the fans wait for those historic moments of triumph and dramatic play-by-play recaps, they also partake in a celebration of food and feasting at halftime, and throughout the game.

Wings, onion rings, fries and potato skins get a lot of play when it comes to deciding what to serve for the big game. But there’s more to be said in favor of munching on a wholesome game-time snack, where the only numbers you need to worry about are on the scoreboard, rather than the calories on a nutrition label.

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