Whole Foods’ seafood plant closing, impacting 60 employees

The mayor of Gloucester, Massachusetts, U.S.A., is “disappointed” that Whole Foods Market is suddenly closing its seafood processing facility in the city.The Austin, Texas-based retailer notified the city via a letter to Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken that its North Atlantic Region will be permanently closing its Pigeon Cove Seafood facility in Gloucester, effective 15 August. “I am disappointed at the decision made by Whole Foods Market to close its Pigeon Cove Seafood Facility. >click to read<19:56

One Response to Whole Foods’ seafood plant closing, impacting 60 employees

  1. Rogina Bakey says:

    When the corporate beancounters have their way,these big companies know no loyalty…All about the buck.

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