A co-packer, or co-manufacturer, is an established food company that processes and packages your product according to your specifications. You are out of the kitchen and can take advantage of their expertise. You also have more time to promote and distribute your product. However, costs are higher and there are a limited number of co-packers.

We list these co-packers as a service to you as you start to develop your product. We do not claim to have first-hand knowledge of these operations and we trust that you will do the necessary research to determine if they are in compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations.

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Co-manufacturing, or the use of a third party to manufacture or package a product, is an increasingly common strategy for food companies to reduce assets, speed time to market, and, often, reduce costs. Read the complete article from the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)

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Why Use a Co-Packer?, What Should I Look For in a Co-Packer?, How Do I Determine the “Best” Co-Packer For Me? Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service