Mondelez Factory in Ukraine Suffers Significant Damage

April 4, 2022
The company says its Trostyanets plant suffered signifiant damage due to military action as a result of war, adding that no employees were injured in the attack.

Mondelēz International said late last week that its Trostyanets plant suffered "significant damage" from military action due to the war.

The plant in Trostyanets, which is in eastern Ukraine, had been closed since the war began. To the best of its knowledge, the company believes no employees were injured in the attack.

Reuters is reporting that because of telecommunications outages in Trostyanets, Mondelez has had challenges reaching out to all of its employees. The company is working with authorities in Ukraine to get water and power back to the area and that it will be donating wheat and sugar to local non-government organizations.

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