Keurig Green Mountain says most of the layoffs it announced this week will be in Vermont.
A company spokeswoman says 200 of the 330 layoffs will be Vermont workers, mostly from Waterbury. She says the company has about 2,000 employees statewide.
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Officials stress that about 75 production jobs will be opening up at the Waterbury and Williston facilities and some of the laid-off workers may find jobs there.
The Waterbury-based company on Wednesday reported lower quarterly sales and said it was cutting 5 percent of its workforce worldwide in an effort to reduce costs. Third-quarter profits slumped 27 percent to $113.6 million.
Keurig also has a plant in Essex, Vermont.
This story has been corrected to show Keurig also has a plant in Essex, not Exeter, Vermont.