The beverages goliath plans to exchange generation of Robinsons and Fruit Shoot to somewhere else in the UK, putting 242 employments in danger.
Colman’s proprietor Unilever, which shares the site, said it would conceivably close its manufacturing plant in Norwich.
The Unite union has approached “the entire of Norfolk” to battle the move.
Conference at Britvic is to start in the blink of an eye and if the recommendations proceed, the Norwich site will close towards the finish of 2019.
The organization said representatives influenced by recommendations would be offered an “extensive bundle of help” including conceivable work at locales in east London, Leeds and Rugby.
Unilever said following Britvic’s declaration, it was propelling its very own survey creation at the Carrow Works site.
It said one of the choices considered in the audit would “incorporate the potential conclusion of our Norwich processing plant”.
The organization said Britvic and Unilever’s operations were “extraordinarily interlaced” and depended on a mutual foundation.
A representative included: “Albeit no choices have been influenced, we to need to perceive that Britvic’s proposed withdrawal would have genuine ramifications for Unilever in Norwich.”
Rhys McCarthy, national officer for Unite, said “most extreme help” would be given to its individuals at Britvic.
He likewise raised worries about the eventual fate of Colman’s Mustard, which has been delivered at a similar production line since the 1860s.
“Join won’t just look for confirmations, however applying weight with the goal that the creation and the genuinely necessary employments that are key for the Norwich economy remain.
“The entire of Norfolk needs to meet up to battle for the fate of Colman’s Mustard. Colman’s is in the DNA of the city,” he said.