Monogram Comfort Foods to Expand; Create 50 New Jobs; Invest $7M
3 Jun, 2009
Monogram Comfort Foods, a food processing and packaging company, announced it will expand its production and distribution center here, adding more than 50 new jobs.
The company, formed from the 2008 merger and acquisition of Al Pete Meats, plans to invest nearly $7 million toward building and equipment costs to expand its corndog and fritter manufacturing capacity in
"I am confident that Monogram Comfort Foods will continue to realize opportunities to grow through the favorable business climate and productive workforce
The company, which plans to produce more than 250,000 corndogs per day at its 35,000 square-foot
"Monogram could not be happier about being part of
Monogram Comfort Foods is the
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered Monogram Comfort Foods up to $225,000 in performance-based tax credits and up to $36,000 in training grants based on the company's job creation plans. The Muncie City Council will provide property tax abatement at the request of the Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance.
"We are excited that Monogram Foods is part of the
Monogram Comfort Foods' announcement adds to a growing list of food and beverage production companies in