Campaigners battling to keep production of HP Sauce in Birmingham are in Holland for a meeting with Dutch union leaders.
A delegation from the T&G union is travelling to Elst, near Arnheim, to meet workers at the factory where HP owner Heinz plans to move production of the sauce, which has been made in Birmingham for 100 years.
The company's Aston factory is set to close next year with the loss of 125 jobs.
John Jordan, T&G acting national secretary for food, said: "We are determined to meet our trade union colleagues in Holland to press the case for them not handling any HP work which may be transferred from Birmingham.
"Birmingham is a highly profitable plant making a much valued and loved British-branded product which is exported all over the world. To contemplate closure let alone push forward is just pure corporate greed."
Mr Jordan is meeting the Dutch unions on Tuesday along with the T&G senior shop stewards from Aston Cross, Mick Malone and Zeff Quereshi. They will be urging their Dutch counterparts not to handle any work from Aston Cross in order to save the one hundred and twenty five jobs at stake.
"No Dutch jobs are at risk but many UK ones are," he added.
T&G general secretary Tony Woodley said: "Heinz joins the increasing list of companies who have broken promises to their workers by looking to shift production out of the UK."