800 immigrant workers from Cloverhill Bakery/Aryzta seized for insufficient documentation.
The Chicago Tribune reported that Cloverhill Bakery did not specify when the raid happened, but its parent firm, Swiss food firm Aryzta AG, said in a financial filing it incurred €16.3 million (about $19 million) in losses during June and July as a result of the immigration crackdown.
Reports were not clear if the workers were illegal immigrants or merely lacked sufficient documentation. They were supplied by a staffing firm that apparently faced federal audits earlier this year. The Swiss company didn’t name the staffing company.