Politicians and officials met to urge the owners of Freshlink in Shettleston to consider any viable bid for the factory that keeps 200 jobs in the community.
First Minister Alex Salmond, Labour's Shadow Scottish Secretary, Margaret Curran the local MP, and representatives from Glasgow City Council and Scottish Enterprise met in the city last night to discuss efforts to save the jobs.
After the meeting Ms Curran said the task force was behind the workers but with no positive news emerging hopes of a deal being done seem to be fading.
Ms Curran said: "It seems like the last ditch attempt to save these jobs.
"The company must look at the offers put on the table and back the workforce.
"Everyone is urging the company not to take a short term view. People are buying the products but the factory is being moved to England."
Freshlink, known locally by its old name 'McKellar Watt', is owned by Irish food businessman Larry Goodman, and produces around 500 tonnes of frozen sausages and processed meats every week for the retail market, including Tesco and Asda.
Staff were given 90 days' notice of redundancy in the summer and efforts were started to change the company's mind over closure or secure a buyer.
The likely closure of the plant is the latest serious blow to the meat industry in Scotland after efforts to save a processing plant in West Lothian failed.
The Freshlink Task Force meeting comes a day after the Scottish Government revealed its Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (Pace) team is now looking to find alternative employment opportunities for staff of Halls of Broxburn after efforts to save the jobs there failed.
Representatives from Pace have been delivering presentations at the plant to staff and have identified 50 firms willing to offer jobs to staff.
Finance secretary John Swinney said: "We have teams on site delivering training, supporting people as they write CVs, and helping them find suitable jobs.
"We have identified a number of potential employers interested in taking on Halls staff, and we will be working to match staff with available jobs.
"Separately, we are developing a strategy for the pig industry in Scotland, working with the sector to enhance pig processing and production."