COLUMBUS — The state Controlling Board approved $440,000 in assistance for northwest Ohio manufacturers, officials said in a news release.
The funding will help Toledo’s Center for Innovative Food Technology advance its work as a Manufacturing Extension Partnership program regional service partner.
MEP is a federal manufacturing assistance program that delivers services to companies nationwide.
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