So you’re looking for a co packer for your food product? Great you came to the right place! We at Marketing Food Online have created tons of resources to help you get your food business started and grow!
READ THIS CAREFULLY BELOW AS WE HAVE UPDATED THE WAY WE HAVE CREATED THE NEW LISTS!
So we had lists of co packers that we put together for numerous types of foods! We heard from our customers that some of the co packers we had listed in a list of individual companies either closed, or changed the type of foods they co packed. So we put together a list of websites that contain hundreds of copackers and the URL link to those sites so you can find the exact type of food co packer you need.
This makes it fast, easy to get to when you need them, and saves YOU time from trying to search for a co packer or private label company!
Once you order and get your list simply copy and paste the URL in your browser and search for the food company you need.
Like always, we suggest you call at least 5-8 to see who will work for you.
ALSO like our older version, lists you get our 20 questions for a co packer which will help you get started with your conversation!
From our experience, these questions are the most important and can help you better understand what your potential co packer can do for you!
NOTE: YOU DON’T NEED TO BUY MULTIPLE LISTS IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT DIFFERENT FOOD PRODUCTS EXAMPLE: IF YOU NEED A LIST FOR CHOCOLATES AND ONE FOR BAKERY ITEMS ORDER JUST ONE.
Why would you even think of adding a food product like syrup? I can give you $688,000,000 million reasons. This is the amount of syrup sold in the U.S. alone in 2018. over $600 million ( and that does not include the sale of Honey).
So think of adding syrups to your private label line and selling online may be a no brainer, but a co-packer would be the better fit. Why a co-packer and what do they do?
Co packers are companies that can manufacture your syrup in bulk with your label on it and ship it to your retailer or online fulfillment center.
Are there companies that actually do this? Specifically for syrups? absolutely.