Premium Brands closing Toronto meat plant

Two hundred jobs to be lost; work moving to other Ontario facilities.

January 26, 2015   by The Canadian Press

VANCOUVER — Premium Brands Holdings Corp. will close its processed meat plant in Toronto in December, a move that will affect about 200 workers.

The company said the workers will receive severance packages and have access to counselling and outplacement services and workshops.

The plant produces branded and private label processed meat.

Premium Brands said it looked at a number of options, but none was economically feasible for the plant, which was built in 1958.

The company plans to gradually move work done at the Toronto plant to other facilities in Ontario starting in the spring, with the final shutdown in December.

Premium Brands owns a range of specialty food and food distribution businesses in Canada and the US.

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  1. david ramey says:

    i worked at a stelco plant,they announced we would lose our jobs but that we could relocate elsewhere in stelco,said there would be training etc available,and councelling,,more B S ,,in the end they said here is your cheque and there is nothing else for anybody,so companies tell you or say one thing for the press and its not the truth ,i feel for the workers,read between the lines,are we in a recession,,me thinks so read the news layoffs after layoffs and permanent CLOSINGS ,we are headed one way -DOWN

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