CLEARFIELD, Utah (AP) — Kellogg Company is getting ready to move out of its 100,000 square-foot frozen food facility in Clearfield by November.
The Standard Examiner reports that the plant opened in the Freeport Center in 1998 and has about 200 employees. Property manager Betty Parker said she's confident the area's low unemployment will make job searches quick.
Kellogg released a statement saying the closure is part of its four-year efficiency effort.
The Clearfield plant is the food brand's only Utah location.