In Holland the dairy cooperative Royal FrieslandCampina intends to centralize its butter production to the plant in the eastern Lochem and to close the plant in the southern Den Bosch. This is a direct consequence of the rising demand for cream products for the foodservice market. As a result of this, less cream is available for butter, which creates a structural overcapacity in the butter production. The expansion of the production location in Lochem will take about two years and is expected to create 27 new jobs. The facility in ’s-Hertogenbosch will be closed mid-2025, resulting in the loss of almost 90 jobs, according to RFC.