Amy’s Kitchen, a frozen foods company based in the Bay Area, announced Monday the upcoming closure of its San Jose production plant. Operations will cease “sometime in September,” according to the Mercury News.
“With the inflation that’s going on, we had a huge increase in costs,” Fred Scarpulla, acting CEO and chief culinary officer, told the Mercury News. “We had supply chain disruptions, we experienced a lot of staff turnover and labor shortages. A lot of things disrupted production and created startup problems.”
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