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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The JM Smuckers Company says it will close two corporate offices in Pennsylvania and cut more than 130 jobs.

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Your Erie reports that the move will impact more than 77 workers in Meadville, outside of Erie, and 54 workers in the Wexford area.

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A company spokesman says that some employees will be offered jobs in consolidated division headquarters and the plant will still remain in Meadville.

A Smuckers spokesman says they will continue to operate the Meadville production facility, formerly Ainsworth Dog Food Company.

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The front office closing should be complete by the end of September