- Associated Press - Tuesday, June 2, 2015

PLOVER, Wis. (AP) - Golden County Foods has notified the state it plans to terminate more than 400 workers as part of its bankruptcy proceedings, but that there’s a good chance those employees will be rehired by a new owner.

The Plover company recently reached a preliminary agreement to sell its assets to Monogram Appetizers. The sale must be approved by a bankruptcy judge.

In a letter to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, the company says it believes the sale will preserve the jobs of its 432 employees.

Stevens Point Journal Media (https://spjour.nl/1BGFwwO ) says Golden County Foods was founded in 1991 and produces frozen appetizers and snacks. It filed for bankruptcy last month.

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Information from: Stevens Point Journal Media, https://www.stevenspointjournal.com

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