When it comes to manufacturing and packaging food products, a commitment to quality and safety is crucial. Many companies in the food and foodservice markets do not have the resources or budget to take care of manufacturing in-house, yet they still require an advanced process in order to meet specific standards and requirements.
Enter the professional contract manufacturer, complete with a fully-trained staff and facilities with multiple advanced capabilities. Below, check out the benefits of hiring a contract manufacturer for food packaging, blending and product development needs.
- Avoid capital investment. Hiring a contract manufacturer allows you to conserve capital versus investing in equipment costs for services like dry blending, sifting, consumer packaging and re-packing. These processes require the right facilities and resources, including a highly skilled staff and updated equipment. There is no need to build your own when this investment has already been made by a company that is dedicated to doing the work for you.
- Gain access to advanced equipment and services. Contract manufacturers utilize advanced machinery and production lines to meet a wide range of product needs. Flexible equipment allows for quick changeovers. A highly trained staff onboard can ensure the equipment is working and maintained properly.
- Count on the experts for quality and excellence. The people behind the machinery have the experience to know what works and what doesn’t. When researching and developing new ingredients, blends or packaging options, count on the experts for results that will work best for your specific products. In addition, the right contract manufacturer will have the quality food certifications required to ensure food products are safe – whether gluten-free, kosher or even halal.
- Focus on your core business. Leaving the manufacturing and packaging processes to the experts means that you can focus on engineering, selling and expanding your products. The right contract manufacturer can truly help your business grow.
PacMoore is a leading contract manufacturer with two multi-capable facilities in Indiana. Learn more about PacMoore’s wide range of solutions, including blending, sifting and consumer packaging, at www.PacMoore.com.