WASHINGTON — Nestle S.A., which moved its North American headquarters to Rosslyn, will bring the New Jersey-based headquarters of its Gerber Products Co. to the address, creating 150 new jobs.
Nestle USA currently occupies more than 250,000 square feet at the glass high-rise next to the Rosslyn Metro station (1812 N. Moore St.).
Nestle will get a $862,500 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund and is eligible for a major business facility job tax credits. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam made the announcement Monday.
Nestle will invest $5 million in the Gerber relocation to Arlington.
Nestle S.A. received millions of dollars in state and county grants and incentives when it chose to move its North American headquarters to Arlington. It also bought 750 jobs from its previous headquarters in Glendale, California.
Nestle acquired Gerber in 2007.
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