Unions are calling for an urgent meeting with the new owners of Weetabix.
Unite represents more than 110 members, including engineering and technical staff at two sites – Burton Latimer and Corby in Northamptonshire.
The breakfast cereal company Weetabix has been bought by US consumer giant Post Holdings from the Chinese owners Bright Food Group, in a £1.4bn deal announced today.
Unite regional officer Sally Mortimer said:
“We will be seeking an urgent meeting with the new owner to seek assurances on job security and to ascertain the business plan going forward. We want to work constructively with the new management team to ensure the success of the iconic Weetabix brand and to safeguard the future employment for our hardworking and dedicated members.”
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