Cargill cuts 2000 employees

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In the midst of the lowest United States unemployment rate since March 2009, a Minnesota-based company has recently laid off 2,000 employees, according to Kare 11 News.

Cargill is a food and agricultural giant with headquarters in Minnesota that employs 138,000 people worldwide and has declined the opportunity to comment on the situation.

Recently laid off employees told Kare 11 that this letting go of workers has been widespread in the company during this holiday season, beginning on the first of the month.

Employees had to sign a confidentiality form stating that they wouldn't speak publicly about what happened, and Cargill has yet to release a statement about its recent activities.

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