Snack food company moves to Piscataway industrial park

Clio LLC, a maker of Greek yogurt bars and other snack foods, is moving from Roselle to Piscataway after signing an industrial lease, according to real estate firm Denholtz Associates.

Clio signed for 20,300 square feet of space at 141 Ethel Road W., in the Piscataway Corporate Center, the real estate firm said in a news release, where it will manufacture and distribute its products for sale online and in stores including ShopRite, Whole Foods Market and Walmart.

“Our ownership of small-bay industrial assets in some of New Jersey’s most in-demand markets allows us to provide homes for small and medium-sized businesses looking for modern and accessible industrial spaces,” Kristine B. Hurlbut, Denholtz’s senior vice president of leasing, said in a prepared statement. “As the industrial market continues to tighten in northern and central New Jersey, these spaces are vital to the backbone of our state’s economy, providing them with the space they need to efficiently operate and grow their businesses.”

Piscataway Corporate Center is a 65,000-square-foot, two-building industrial park between Route 1, Interstate 287 and the Edison NJ Transit station.

“As we look to continue to grow our business, our team was highly selective in finding a home that provided us with a flexible layout and modern features,” Clio CEO Sergey Konchakovskiy said in a statement. “We were able to find that ideal combination at 141 Ethel Road W., and we look forward to joining the diverse range of businesses that currently call the location home.”

Jaime Zimmel of Zimmel Associates represented Denholtz in the transaction.