Cheribundi announced in a press release on Friday that its moving out of New York.
Cheribundi CEO Mike Hagan said the company will start closing its manufacturing plant off Route 14A next week.
That plant is in the former Tops supermarket building.
The move will take one of the nation’s largest producers of tart cherry juice to Michigan.
FingerLakes1.com has reached out to Cheribundi for more information.
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