The J.M. Smucker Co. is closing pet food-related offices in California and Pennsylvania and consolidating those operations into its Orrville campus, newspapers report.

Smucker by the end of October will lay off about 100 people as it closes its San Francisco office, which it picked up with its $6 billion purchase in 2015 of San Francisco-based Big Heart Pet Brands, the San Francisco Business Times reports.

Also, the Meadville Tribune newspaper reports that starting in September Smucker will close administrative office operations in that small northwest Pennsylvania city with the loss of about 77 jobs there. A manufacturing plant in Meadville will stay open.

Smucker bought Meadville-based Ainsworth Pet Nutrition in April for $1.7 billion.

Smucker is consolidating five different pet food-dedicated offices into its Orrville headquarters, a company spokesman told the papers. An undisclosed number of people will be offered jobs in Orrville, the company said.