Processor to close in March 2013

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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NEW YORK MILLS, NY – Delft Blue, a veal, pork and beef processor, announced the plant is closing down in March 2013 for economic reasons, according to a report from WKTV.com.

Citing economic reasons, the company issued employees a 90-day layoff notice on Dec. 6. The plant closure will affect 58 employees, according to the report.

Delft Blue has headquarters in Cambridge, Ontario and a sales office in Green Bay, Wis., according to the company’s web site. The New York Mills is the only processing location to close.

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