McCain Foods to close US plant
McCain to shut site in US
McCain Foods is to close a plant in the US state of Wisconsin.
The Canada-based frozen food giant has announced plans to shut the facility in Fort Atkinson, which employs 130 staff.
According to reports in the US, McCain pointed to "changing business dynamics". Frank Finn, president of McCain Foods, said the decision was due to "the overall business climate".
Production will start to slow in June. The plant is said to be set to shut in December.
Privately-owned frozen food group McCain Foods moved to beef up its business in Europe this week, with the acquisition of a majority stake in Dutch frozen snacks supplier Van Geloven. In the US, Gener...
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