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Snyder’s-Lance Will Close Corsicana Plant

Snyder’s-Lance Inc. announced Nov. 9 plans to close its salty snacks manufacturing facility in Corsicana, Texas, effective Feb. 10.

As a part of integration efforts since the company was formed in a merger on December 9, 2010, Snyder’s-Lance conducted a comprehensive review of their total manufacturing network. Based on that review, management has decided to close the Corsicana facility in order to reduce operating costs while consolidating production into other manufacturing locations.

The company is providing severance pay and outplacement support to help the associates impacted by this decision find new jobs. They are also providing information on open jobs in other Snyder’s-Lance facilities.


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