LEBANON, Ind. – The Lebanon Common “City” Council unanimously voted to approve a tax phase-in to Purity Wholesale Grocers, to expand their current facility in the in the Lebanon Business Park.

Lebanon City Council President, Michael Kincaid, made the motion to approve a 10-year property tax phase-in for Purity Wholesale Grocers. Purity plans to add over 150,000 square feet to its current 560,000 square feet. Purity’s total new investment is estimated at $3.6 million.

About Purity Wholesale Grocers

Purity Wholesale Grocers, Inc. was founded in 1982 by Jeff Levitetz, on the assertion that hard work and integrity will ultimately result in success. It has long since proven to be correct. Born as a small, independent company in the Midwest, Purity Wholesale Grocers has grown to become a nationwide network of companies and divisions with headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida.

The Purity family of companies and divisions are based coast-to-coast, and specialize in products ranging from frozen food to health and beauty care, dairy, dry goods, and candy.

Purity Wholesale Grocers, Inc. holds a significant share of the annual $5 billion industry, and is one of the largest private companies in Florida. Moreover, Purity and its operating divisions make up one of the largest wholesalers in the United States.

About Boone EDC

The Boone County Economic Development Corporation strives to give consultants and business leaders the information needed to succeed when expanding or relocating their business to Boone County, IN and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Region. To learn more about the Boone EDC, visit their website at www.BooneEDC.org.

Source: Boone County Economic Development Corporation