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The decline in earnings is primarily attributable to the Company's resumption of Fiddle Faddle distribution at lower margins and case sales than required in the Planters Agreement which terminated on December 31, 1997.
The decline in earnings was also impacted by the Company's resumption of Fiddle Faddle distribution at lower margins and case sales than required in the Planters Agreement which terminated on December 31, 1997.
The Lincoln sales force, which now handles Poppycock and Screaming Yellow Zonkers, will assume responsibility for Fiddle Faddle on December 31.
in mid-1995 for the sales and distribution of Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers, and Lincoln retained sales and distribution of its third primary product, Poppycock.
The six months results were negatively impacted by the same factors as in the second quarter results: lower branded sales, the resumption of Fiddle Faddle distribution, the write-down of Nut Division assets and the non-recurring charge.
8 million or an increase of 28% as a result of the Company's resuming the marketing and distribution of the Fiddle Faddle business.
Lincoln entered into an exclusive agreement with Planters in mid-1995 for the sales and distribution of Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers, two of Lincoln's principal products.
The earnings gain is primarily attributable to a 38 percent increase in case sales for the quarter and full year of Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers distributed by Planters Co.
The company has completed nine months under its contract with Planters Company for the sales and distribution of two of Lincoln's three primary products, Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers.
NYSE: NA), for sales and distribution of Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers, two of Lincoln's three principal products.
for the sales and distribution of two of its three principal products, Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers, was in effect for virtually the entire six months.
Planters was responsible for the marketing and distribution of Fiddle Faddle during the July 1-December 31 period.
Under the agreement, which took effect on July 17, Planter assumed responsibility for the sale and distribution of two of Lincoln's three principal products, Fiddle Faddle and Screaming Yellow Zonkers.
The sales decline was directly related to a decrease in sales to Planters Company, which is the distributor of Lincoln's Fiddle Faddle snack product in the United States under a contract that expires at the end of calendar 1997.