A Pennsylvania-based food distributor is seeking incentives worth $52.4 million for a Camden project.
The state Economic Development Authority is to consider the request Tuesday from Benjamin Foods LLC of Hatboro.
The company, which also distributes restaurant supplies, has applied for a tax break worth $5.2 million annually for 10 years, according to a preliminary agenda for Tuesday’s meeting.
The EDA has approved incentives worth more than $1.5 billion for Camden projects under a 2013 law intended to spur development in the impoverished city.
The authority also will weigh $5 million in tax breaks for Samuel Coraluzzo Co. Inc., which is pursuing a project in Glassboro, the agenda says. The bulk-petroleum shipper, with headquarters in Vineland, has requested incentives of about $540,000 annually for 10 years, according to the EDA.