A Wisconsin cheese manufacturer is cutting more than 100 jobs and closing two plants.
Foremost Farms announced Friday it is integrating cheese production from two plants located in western Wisconsin to its plants located in Appleton, Richland Center, Milan and Marshfield.
On June 30, Foremost will close its plant in Alma Center permanently and its Waumandee cheddar cheese plant will be idled indefinitely.
The closing of the Alma Center plant will result in the loss of 52 jobs. About 50 employees will be indefinitely laid off at the Waumandee plant.
Workers who are permanently losing their jobs will be offered severance packages.
The impacted employees can apply for limited openings at other Foremost Farms facilities.
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