FRANCE: Danone to close six biscuit production sites in five European countries
The Danone group has announced plans to restructure its European biscuit operations. The company said it would be closing down six production sites in five countries, while downsizing five plants, and expanding five others. The company plans to cut 1,780 jobs as part of a Europe-wide restructuring of its biscuit division by June 2000. The French food group said a further twenty sites will be unaffected by its plans.
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