TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Thursday, Clabber Girl announced 25 employees will lose their jobs.
In a statement from Clabber Girl, the company said the layoffs will be to consolidate sales and general administrative roles with its new parent company, B&G Foods.
Layoffs will begin Aug. 31 and will continue through the end of the year.
The company said impacted employees will be given severance packages and will also be offered transition support to help them find work elsewhere.
See the full statement below:
We are committed to the success and growth of the Clabber Girl business. In order to grow the business efficiently and maintain scale and productivity, we have made the difficult decision to consolidate certain sales and general administrative functions with our corporate parent. The transition impacts approximately 25 individuals, and will take place from August 31st through the end of the year. All impacted employees have been notified and will be provided severance packages, including transition support to help them find new positions. There are no plans to close or move our Terre Haute manufacturing facility, which employs approximately 175 people. We are grateful for the dedication and contributions of all our employees, and our community in Terre Haute that continues to embrace Clabber Girl. Clabber Girl has been a proud member of the Terre Haute community for many years and it’s a special place that we call home. While extremely difficult, these actions are necessary for Clabber Girl to remain competitive and continue to grow.Statement from Clabber Girl