General Mills to cut 95 positions at frozen food facility

by Eric Schroeder
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MINNEAPOLIS — General Mills, Inc. announced it will cut 95 jobs, or approximately 20% of its workforce, at its facility in Chanhassen, Minn., a move the company said fits into its larger company-wide restructuring effort.

The plant, which was acquired as part of the Pillsbury purchase in 2001, makes frozen baked and unbaked products for retail bakeries and food services.

The cuts are expected to be complete by mid-November.

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