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Imperial Dade has opened a new warehouse facility in Kansas City, Missouri. The 80,000-square-foot warehouse has direct access to the greater Kansas City region. The facility is the 19th location for Imperial Dade, which is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, and Miami.

“We are excited to be growing our presence in the Midwest through the opening of our new warehouse in Kansas City,” says Imperial Dade CEO Robert Tillis.

The company’s operations in the new facility officially launched on February 12th with deliveries to nearby locations of Balls Foods, a group of supermarket chains operating under the Hen House, Price Chopper and Sun Fresh brands.

“It is an honor to partner in this new frontier with Imperial Dade,” says Scott Bayne, vice president of sales and marketing at Balls Foods.