Assuming you are not using a security agreement to authorize the filing of a financing statement and such authenticated record authorizes you to file on "all business assets," then just list "all business assets now owned and hereinafter acquired." The "where ever located" statement is OK but not required, because the law does not assume a specific location.
Why do you include the term "business" in the description? Why not just "all assets now owned and hereinafter acquired?"
If you are using the security agreement as your authority to file, then you cannot be broader in the filing than you are in the security agreement. [9-509] The security agreement must comply with 9-108, which states that:
A description of collateral as "all the debtor's assets" or "all the debtor's personal property" or using words of similar import does not reasonably identify the collateral.
For filings, in the collateral section, you must indicate the collateral, which is controlled by section 9-504 which states:
A financing statement sufficiently indicates the collateral that it covers only if the financing statement provides:
(1) a description of the collateral pursuant to Section 9-108; or
(2) an indication that the financing statement covers all assets or all personal property.
I would not use the security agreement to authorize a filing on a business or agricultural loan, but something else that the debtor authenticates to authorize the filing. I would then indicate that the financing statement covers "all assets now owned and hereinafter acquired."