USA: Unilever’s Ben & Jerry’s announces further job cuts
US ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's has announced that it is to cut a further 52 jobs, amounting to 6% of the company's workforce. The Vermont-based company announced in May that it was to close two of its Vermont sites and expand a third, entailing 69 job losses. The restructuring is reported to be in order to bolster the company's leadership position in the increasingly competitive ice cream market.
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