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Even the health food business is feeling the economic woes

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A food distributor will be closing its Albany facilities, eliminating 41 jobs.

Tree of Life Inc., based in Indiana, told the state Department of Labor on Monday that it will close the two sites sometime between late August and early September.

That includes 39 jobs at a distribution plant in Altamont, and another two people at a freezer site in Albany.


The 39-year-old company distributes natural, organic, specialty and ethnic foods in the U.S., the Caribbean and Canada. The work once performed in Albany will be folded into a new, 311,000-square-foot distribution facility opening near Allentown, Pa.

The new facility, which will create 140 jobs, will also assume the duties of a distribution site in New Jersey.

In a statement, CEO Richard Lane said the new Pennsylvania facility is the fifth time the company has consolidated its distribution activities since 2004.

“We need to continue to improve our logistics infrastructure in order to ensure that we profitably grow our business. Consolidating our distribution centers while improving our overall capacity is a must,” Lane said.

Lane said the Albany distribution facility will close Aug. 31.

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