CHARLOTTE – Campbell Soup will lay off 55 workers at its corporate office in Ballantyne as part of a consolidation with its headquarters in Camden, New Jersey.

There are 166 employees at the Charlotte office, and some will be relocated to other company offices or work in remote roles, according to paperwork filed with the N.C. Department of Commerce.

Most of the 55 workers who will lose their jobs chose not to relocate, according to the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification or WARN notice, Campbell Soup filed with the state. Of those employees, 37 will lose their jobs in September, one in November and the remaining 17 on Dec. 1.

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