Posted January 24, 2018 02:30:00 The Office Max printing and delivery center has opened in New Jersey.
According to the Center for Business and Economic Research, the office will be the first of its kind in the US.
The office will provide services to individuals with food stamps and low-income families, and will be open from January 20 through March 5.
The center will have approximately 1,200 workers and will serve approximately 8,000 individuals each day.
The facility will be operated by the New Jersey Office Max Printing and Delivery Center, a private company.
New Jersey residents are eligible for food stamps.
The state’s low-wage tax credit is also available to New Jersey families with children who earn up to $25,000 a year.
The OfficeMax center was approved in October and opened on December 12.
The company plans to add 200 workers to the facility and add delivery trucks.
The first food stamp delivery truck was purchased in May 2018 and the company is currently hiring workers.
The New Jersey office was founded in 2014 by the former CEO of the Food For America program, David M. Cramer.
The Center for Economic and Policy Research, a research institute based in Washington, DC, conducted the study.
The study found that the number of New Jersey food stamp recipients grew by 2.4 percent in 2016, but the overall population grew by 4.6 percent.