Snyder’s of Hanover Donates Portion of Sales to Support Celiac Disease Foundation

Hanover, PA – Snyder’s of Hanover continues to support gluten-free living by partnering with Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF) for the months of October and November. From October 1st – November 30th, Snyder’s of Hanover will donate $.05 from every specially marked bag of Snyder’s of Hanover Gluten-Free Pretzels sold to CDF (up to $25,000). The partnership is helping to fund research, treatment and raise awareness of celiac disease — an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food.

According to CDF, celiac disease is estimated to affect 1 in 100 people worldwide. Snyder’s of Hanover launched their line of Gluten-Free Pretzels in 2013 and continues to expand the line to offer flavorful snacking options, including Honey Mustard and Onion Pretzel Sticks to those living gluten free.

In addition to the donation, Snyder’s of Hanover’s Gluten-Free Pretzels will be featured in CDF INSIGHT News Magazineand will also have a major presence at the CDF National Conference and Gluten-Free Expo taking place in Pasadena, CA on May 2nd – 3rd of 2015.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Celiac Disease Foundation and helping to raise awareness and funding for such an important cause,” said Faith Atwood, Marketing Manager for Snyder’s of Hanover. “We hope that through our combined efforts and donations, we can continue to further our understanding of the disease that affects so many Americans today.”

Snyder’s of Hanover offers a variety of products for those in search of flavorful, gluten-free snacks. Current offerings include Gluten-Free Honey Mustard & Onion Pretzel Sticks, Gluten-Free Hot Buffalo Wing Pretzel Sticks, Gluten-Free Mini Pretzels, Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticks and Gluten-Free Pretzel Sticks in 100-calorie packs.

More details about the campaign can be found by visiting Snyder’s of Hanover on Facebook at You can join the conversation by using the following hashtag:  #SOHGlutenFree. Visit for a full gluten-free product listing or to locate a retailer near you.

About Snyder’s of Hanover
For more than 100 years, Americans have enjoyed Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels. With their unique sourdough heritage, Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels today are available across the country in single-serve sizes as well as larger, 10, 12 and even 16-ounce bags perfect for sharing. Today, America’s favorite pretzel is available in a wide variety of flavors, recipes and shapes, including traditional hard pretzels, flavored pretzel bites, sticks, rods, nibblers and even gluten-free options. For more information, visit Snyder’s of Hanover can also be found on Facebook, Twitter,  Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest.

About Snyder’s-Lance, Inc.

Snyder’s-Lance, Inc., headquartered in Charlotte, NC, manufactures and markets snack foods throughout the United States and internationally. The company’s products include pretzels, sandwich crackers, pretzel crackers, potato chips, cookies, tortilla chips, restaurant style crackers, nuts and other snacks. Snyder’s-Lance has manufacturing facilities in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Georgia, Arizona, Massachusetts, Florida, Ohio, and Wisconsin. Products are sold under the Snyder’s of Hanover®, Lance®, Cape Cod®, Pretzel Crisps®, Krunchers!®, Tom’s®, Archway®, Jays®, Stella D’oro®, Eatsmart®, and O-Ke-Doke®, brand names along with other brand names and third party brands. Products are distributed nationally through grocery and mass merchandisers, convenience stores, club stores, food service outlets and other channels. For more information, visit

About Celiac Disease Foundation:

Founded in 1990, Celiac Disease Foundation drives early diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease through advocacy, education and advancing research to improve the quality of life for all people affected by gluten-related disorders. Guided by its distinguished Medical Advisory Board, and supported by chapters and support groups throughout the United States, CDF meets the growing public health challenge of diagnosing celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders through delivery of vital programs and services to the public, patients, healthcare professionals and the food industries.