Co -Packers Resource List for Baked Goods Cookies, Pies, Etc

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What is a Co - Packer and what can they do for you ? 

I have brought together a list of resources listing numerous co-packers who specialize in Bakery , Breads, Cookies, Pies ,Cakes and Frozen breads ! The list is ONLY $9.99 is a digital download making it convenient, and easy for you to utilize the resources instantly !

EACH LIST CONTAINS CONTACT INFO PHONE NUMBERS WEBSITE AND WAHT THEY MAKE !! SAVING YOU ALL THE TIME AND HASSLE TRYING TO FIND A CO PACKER FOR YOUR "SPECIFIC FOOD" PRODUCT! 

A contract manufacturer  is a manufacturer that is contracted to produce your company's product line. It is a form of outsourcing. In the food business, a contract manufacturer is called co-packer. Co-packing has become an important competitive advantage for manufacturers, particularly in the bakery, food, and beverage markets, as it is a rich area for operational efficiency. In the current economic climate, co-packing has become increasingly popular as a means of fulfilling large projects without taking on extra staff and equipment.

A co-packer is an established food or bakery manufacturing company that produces your existing company's product lines to your specifications for a fee. Even the word outsourcing is now connected even more with Co-Packing.

The terms above refer to a facility that either manufactures your product line or receives your finished good in bulk and packages it for you. This is an efficient, cost-effective way to bring your product to market rather than building your own manufacturing facility. Unfortunately, co-mans are not easy to find. Their websites are usually designed for people already in-the-know. Descriptions of their processes often use strange terms like “flexible pouch retort”, “extrusion facility”, or “form and fill sealers.

A contract packer, contract packaging, co-packer, co-man, and contract -manufacturer is a company that manufactures and packages foods or similar products for their clients. Secondary packaging refers to the next layer of packaging or the packaging used to group various pre-packaged products together.