Danone is one step closer to completing its fiercely contested closure plans this week, when a Paris court ruled on Monday that a website protesting against the restructure plans must not use company’s logos.

The Internet site was established after 29 March, when Danone announced plans to shut down two French cookie factories. The move will result in the loss of 750 jobs.

The site, www.Jeboycottedanone.com, has been given until the end of this month to remove the Danone logos or else receive a fine of FF1,000 every day thereafter.