The mark of a good co-packer is their commitment to quality control. A co-packer worth their salt knows what it takes to meet your needs, without fail, time after time. Quality control is a big draw when it comes to co-packing….you want assurance that your product is in good hands if you’re taking this kind of jump.
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There are many facets that go into the differences between co-packing versus private labeling. Each has its strengths and weaknesses and appeals for different businesses. IFS is considered a “Concept through Consumer” co-packer and can work with you from start to finish to develop the optimal solution to increase your brand awareness and sales.
Before now you might not have thought about what it takes to get your favorite shampoo and toothpaste on the shelves; but it is a process that requires a lot of hands and hard work. Before we answer the question “What does a Co-Packer do?” in regards to a job, let’s explain what co-packing is…
For businesses looking to take the next step, selecting a co-packer has huge benefits. Signing on with a co-packer provides a multitude of opportunities across the board. With the help of a co-packer, businesses will be able to prioritize formerly neglected aspects of the company and create a more refined product.
When looking for a co-packer there are a few key things that must be taken into account. Consideration should be given not just to your needs but the limitations and requirements of your potential new partner and their facility. Some co-packers specialize in food manufacturing, while others specialize in CPG/Medical primary and secondary packaging, like IFS.
If you’re in the consumer business world, odds are you’ve heard the term co-packing tossed around here and there. Co-Packing, co-packaging, or contract packaging, is the method of outsourcing the manufacturing and packaging of your product to a facility that specializes in just that.
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