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Blue Apron cuts 6% of global workforce

New York-based meal kit maker Blue Apron Inc. laid off 6% of its global workforce on Oct. 18 as part of a company-wide personnel realignment, according to a regulatory filing.

"The actions that we took today flowed from the roadmapping and reprioritization exercise that we recently undertook. As part of that work, we identified the need to reduce some roles, open others, and streamline decision making for greater accountability," Blue Apron CEO Matthew Salzberg said in his letter to employees about the job cuts, included in the SEC filing.

The company expects to incur $3.5 million in employee-related expenses in the fourth quarter of 2017, following the realignment.