Heinz could cut up to 250 UK jobs
22 August 2013
Global food group Heinz has warned that almost 250 jobs could be cut in the UK and Ireland.
A spokesman said the firm had developed a new “streamlined structure,” which could result in the loss of 248 office jobs.
The move follows a takeover by Berkshire Hathaway and 3G Capital earlier this year for £14.85billion.
Heinz has around 2,600 employees at sites in Hayes, Wigan, Kendal, Telford, Westwick and Worcester.
Earlier this month, they cut 600 jobs in the United States.
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