Jobs plan not that mus­tard

Midweek Sport - - NEWS -

MORE than 350 jobs are at risk af­ter con­sumer goods gi­ant Unilever and Robin­sons squash owner Britvic an­nounced plans that could see their shared man­u­fac­tur­ing site in Nor­wich shut down.

Britvic an­nounced pro­pos­als to trans­fer pro­duc­tion of Robin­sons and Fruit Shoot from the Nor­wich fac­tory to sites in east Lon­don, Leeds and Rugby for “sig­nif­i­cant pro­duc­tiv­ity sav­ings”.

The com­pany said the 242 em­ploy­ees af­fected will be of­fered sup­port.

Unilever’s re­view puts a fur­ther 113 jobs at risk at its unit which pro­duces Col­man’s Mus­tard. PROB­LEMS: Me­lanie strug­gled with eat­ing dis­or­der and de­pres­sion In the TV se­ries In Con­ver­sa­tion With, the star tells co­me­dian John Bishop just how bad her re­la­tion­ship with food be­came. “I started to re­strict my food to a point where I was just like – God only knows how I sur­vived – but I think for maybe a cou­ple of years, maybe it couldn’t have been that long, but I was just eat­ing fruit and veg­eta­bles,” she said. “That was it. And with that work­load.” Chisholm said in the show, to air on TV chan­nel W later this month, that she had felt “guilty” about her suc­cess. “I grew up in a house­hold where money was tight and there was noth­ing spare and all of a sud­den you’re mak­ing mil­lions,” she said. “I was so young and it’s a huge re­spon­si­bil­ity. It’s not about money, it’s about feel­ing like you have to take care of all of these peo­ple – and you just feel like you want to be tak­ing care of your­self.” The I Turn To You singer has spo­ken about be­ing bul­lied in the Spice Girls, but did not name names. “Peo­ple can kind of make their own guesses, but there were some stronger peo­ple in the the band,” she said.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.