Food giant Heinz has warned that almost 250 jobs could be cut in the UK and Ireland.
The firm said it had developed a new “streamlined structure”, which could include the loss of 248 office jobs, adding it regretted the impact it would have on its employees.
Earlier this month, Heinz laid off 600 employees in the United States.
Heinz said in a statement: “As part of our transition to a private company, the senior leadership team has examined every part of our global business to better position Heinz for accelerated growth in a very competitive global market.
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