Snyder’s-Lance (LNCE) Investors: Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane Lawyers Investigating Share Price Drop

Cleveland stockbroker fraud lawyerSnyder’s Lance (NASDAQ: LNCE), the North Carolina snack maker, is being investigated by the Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane law firm on behalf of its shareholders, following the company’s announcements that its CEO suddenly departed and its preliminary first quarter 2017 results are well-below its prior guidance.

Snyder’s Lance publicly announced that its financial results have been negatively impacted by increased spending on marketing and promotions. Following its announcements, LNCE’s common stock suffered a sharp drop.

The Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane lawyers are investigating whether Snyder’s-Lance investors may have claims for compensation arising out of potential violations of the securities laws and regulations0.

If you purchased shares of Snyder’s-Lance, believe you may have suffered a loss on your investment, and wish to learn more about your options or provide information to help our investigation, please contact Jason Kane or James Booker, by email at or, or by phone toll free at (585) 310-5140.

Peiffer Wolf Carr & Kane is an investor rights law firm with offices across the country that represents shareholders investors who are victims of investment-related misconduct by issuers of securities and/or securities industry members. To learn more about the law firm and for important information about its lawyers’ admissions, please visit our website,

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