Food needs helping to spark millions of dollars in projects in Cumberland County

    The need for food is spurring millions of dollars worth of economic development projects in Cumberland County.

    The Press of Atlantic City reports more than $25 million worth of market-related projects are either underway or have been proposed in the area.  The projects include food and supermarkets.

    The projects are also expected to create at least 250 jobs in Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland and Hopewell Township, according to the report.

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