A frozen food firm planning a review of operations may shed 65 jobs.
Belgian-owned Pinguin has a factory in King's Lynn where it packs vegetables and needs to cut costs.
Management blame difficult trading conditions but the union claims that the workforce has been slimmed down considerably in the last few years.
A union spokesman said job prospects are not good in King's Lynn where the chances of employment in manufacturing are falling as more firms shed staff.
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