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Nestlé Investing Additional $200M in Indiana

Two years after announcing an 880,000-square-foot beverage production facility in Anderson, Indiana, food manufacturing giant Nestlé USA will expand capacity at the plant, investing another $200 million to add additional production and distribution capacity at the 190-acre site. The Indiana governor's office says the company will create 135 new jobs on top of the 300 already planned for the facility, which is on track to begin full production of the Nesquik Ready-to-Drink and Coffee-mate Liquid brands later this year. The state has offered Nestlé USA, a subsidiary of Switzerland-based Nestlé S.A., up to $1.325 million in performance-based tax credits and up to $50,000 in training grants contingent on job creation, and will fund improvements to road serving the expanded facility, including the I-69 interchange. The city will provide property tax abatement, will construct two water towers, and assist with recruiting expenses.


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