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Steuben Foods Seeking Incentives for $52M Expansion

Steuben Foods is planning a $52 million expansion of its Elma, New York production facility. The project could add up to 150 workers. The company is looking to expand its facility by 90,000 square feet. The company is seeking incentives to fund the project.

"Everything needs to be lined up," Tom Krol, general counsel for Steuben, told Business First of Buffalo. "At this point, we are expecting a favorable outcome across the board."

The company is seeking a sales tax break and payment in lieu of taxes package from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. It is also in talks with the Empire State Development Corporation for New York Power Authority grants for 8.75 megawatts of inexpensive hydropower.

Steuben produces shelf-stable dairy products.

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