Canadian Manufacturing

Snack food giant Mondelez shuttering Montreal plant, to cut 454 jobs

Cookie and cracker plant will close by end of 2017 following corporate review of supply chain; company's five other Canadian plants not impacted

December 1, 2016   by The Canadian Press

PHOTO: Mondelez, via YouTube

Mondelez Canada manufactures a number of well-known snack foods, including Oreo, Toblerone and Ritz. PHOTO: Mondelez, via YouTube

MONTREAL—The Mondelez cookie and cracker plant in Montreal will close by the end of 2017, resulting in the disappearance of 454 jobs.

The job losses will take place on a gradual basis.

Company spokeswoman Stephanie Cass says the decision followed a company review of its supply chain.

Cass did not provide many details, calling it a “difficult day” for employees.


She said the company will maintain its activities in its five other Canadian factories.

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