Nestle Nutrition Plant To Close In Minnesota

ST. LOUIS PARK, Minn. (WCCO) — The Nestle Nutrition plant, located in St. Louis Park, Minn., is closing.

The plant will start laying off some of its 243 employees this summer. Officials say they will start phasing out those positions on June 30.

The plant is scheduled to close by December 2012.

The state Department of Employment and Economic Development says Nestle filed a notice regarding the closure on Friday.

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  1. Lynn says:

    Where are they moving to? Anyone know why?

  2. JKB says:

    It says they are closing, not moving.

  3. Bob says:

    Like big other American corporations that are getting huge tax breaks thanks to people who voted in the Republicians, they say its ‘closing’ but will move those good paying jobs to lower paying India, and China.

    1. MNTAXWASTE.COM says:

      Bob, you got the wrong party on that call. Dems are tax and spend

    2. keith says:

      Not true in this case. Don’t always make stupid assumptions.

  4. Clarify says:

    Jobs are going to Eau Claire, they have been expanding the facilities there for a while getting ready for it. Has nothing to do with “Republicans”.

  5. jas says:

    Lower corporate tax in, well pretty much anywhere but Minnesota. More profitable in said Wisconsin.

  6. Allah Is Coming To Town says:

    Minnesota voted for change…..enjoy the ride……maybe Big Al Franken will fly down to the plant and hand out diversity pamplets…

  7. MNTAXWASTE.COM says:

    Thank you Dems, tax them all out of the State of Minnesota!!!!

    1. keith says:

      Another stupid comment.

  8. RIII says:

    We have one of the highest if not the highest commercial property tax rates in the country. A simple commercial building valued at $340,000 pays more then $8,000 per year in property taxes in Minneapolis. Also any equipment installed for manufacturing/production is property taxed. Sales tax also has to be paid on consumables and equipment when purchased. Our corporate tax rate and workers comp is also higher then most other states. And guess what the unemployment tax rate in Minnesota went up! It does not make sense to manufacturer anything here.

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