Lancaster Colony closes California plant

WESTERVILLE, OHIO — Lancaster Colony Corp. on Feb. 3 introduced it has closed its frozen garlic bread manufacturing plant in Baldwin Park, Calif. In reference to the closing, the corporate is discontinuing its Mamma Bella line of frozen garlic bread.

The corporate stated the closing, which happened in January, was a part of “ongoing efforts to higher optimize our manufacturing community” and that the road was discontinued due to its small dimension and low profitability. Within the firm’s second quarter ended Dec. 31, Lancaster Colony took a $1 million restructuring/impairment cost in reference to the choice to shut the California plant. The closing announcement was included within the firm’s second-quarter monetary outcomes.

Lancaster Colony continues to supply garlic bread beneath the New York Bakery model. Source

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