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Grove Collaborative Expands Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, Operations

03/20/2018
Grove Collaborative, Inc., a natural home focused e-commerce company delivering healthy and sustainable products directly to consumers, will expand its operations into Elizabethtown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The company plans to create 100 jobs.

The company will consolidate and expand its distribution operation into a new location in West Donegal Township to meet the company’s growing needs. The project includes the purchase of new equipment and job training costs. According to state officials, Grove will invest approximately $645,000 into the project, which will create 100 new, full-time jobs and retain 135 more over the next three years.

“Grove has been lucky to call Pennsylvania home to our highest volume fulfillment center over the last two years,” said Stuart Landesberg, co-founder & CEO of Grove. “We are a people-oriented company, and are excited to grow our truly exceptional Pennsylvania team. Grove is bringing healthy, effective natural products to homes across the country and is growing quickly. This major expansion will allow us to bring in the talent and resources to serve millions of families in the coming years.”

As an incentive, Grove received a funding proposal from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for a $50,000 Pennsylvania First grant and $200,000 in Job Creation Tax Credits to be distributed upon creation of the new jobs. The project was coordinated by the Governor’s Action Team.

“Grove’s expansion is excellent news for Lancaster County workers, and we are proud to support a company that places such a high priority on social, environmental, and community well-being,” Governor Tom Wolf said. “These jobs will provide a boost to the Lancaster County economy, and we are excited to watch the company grow right here in Pennsylvania in the years ahead.”

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