Nestle to expand new Anderson plant

Just three months after Nestle USA began ramping up production at its new plant in Anderson, the company said in a long-expected announced today that it will spend an additional $200 million on an expansion.

Nestle will add 135 workers to the 300 who will staff the initial, $359 million project, the Indiana Economic Development Corp. said. The state offered Nestle $1.4 million in incentives for the expansion.

The site manufactures Nesquik and Coffee-mate drinks.

The company is an arm of Nestle S.A. of Vevay, Switzerland.

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