Kellogg’s, one of the nation’s largest meatpacking companies, has been closed for several days, and the company says it expects to reopen this week.
The blaze began Monday at the Kellogg Foods plant in Garland, Texas, and spread quickly.
Kellogg spokesman Joe Pappas said on Monday the company will offer a partial refund to those affected by the fire.
A fire that quickly spread through the plant caused a total of more than 200,000 square feet of fire damage.
Kellog said that about 200 employees were affected by last week’s fire, which destroyed the plant and left the plant’s parking lot littered with melted metal.
The fire damaged about 6,000 cars and 2,400 homes, according to the Texas Department of Transportation.
The cause of the fire is under investigation, Pappasa said.