Thread regarding Dean Foods Co. layoffs

DFA Allowed to keep Franklin Plant

https://lawstreetmedia.com/agriculture/plaintiffs-agree-to-allow-dairy-farmers-of-america-to-keep-franklin-plant/

Still nothing regarding Depere, Wisconsin and Chemung, Illinois

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It's official Dean Foods in Chemung and Depere both sold on a joint venture to Borden and Select Dairies. Dfa allowed to keep Franklin.

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"If that ends up being true then maybe DFA ends up with like Franklin and stays with DFA"
should have been
If that ends up being true then maybe DFA ends up keeping Depere like Franklin.

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Keep hearing that about Chemung but yet to see any confirmation.
If that ends up being true then maybe DFA ends up with like Franklin and stays with DFA.
DOJ had forced Dean Foods to sell a plant in Waukesha Wisconsin a few years to a private equity firm. Would like to think they won’t make that same mistake again. Private equity firm had big plans to sell the plant to Walmart. After a year it became obvious that plan wasn’t going to happen so they shut it down with no notice. Plant eventually got bought out of bankruptcy by a new owner, retooled for a different line of dairy products, and reopened. A couple of id–ts tried to assert rights that they didn’t have claiming new owner was obligated to hire them and abide by their old union contract. All that did was result in new owner not hiring any of them.

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Chemung being sold on a joint venture of Borden and Select Dairies.

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No surprise. Largest producer of milk on the east coast

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