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VINELAND -- There will be 370 employees out of work when General Mills closes up shop at its Progresso factory in Cumberland County -- a county already plagued by some of the highest poverty and unemployment rates in the state.
"It's going to have a devastating effect on Cumberland County, which is already economically depressed," UFCW Local 152 President Brian String said.
"It has not recovered form the recession and has one of the highest jobless rates." As of 2015 U. Census statistics, Cumberland County had the third-highest unemployment rate in New Jersey at 9.1 percent, topped only by Atlantic and Cape May counties.
Nearly 20 percent of the county population lives in poverty, the highest percentage in the state.