2017 Contract Manufacturing & Customers – Dairy Foods

$695.00

Start-up brands turn to dairy processors to make their ideas come to life. So do some established dairies that might not have the in-house expertise or the capital to buy and install processing lines. Contract manufacturing is a multi-billion-dollar business benefiting both parties. The 2017 Contract Manufacturing & Customers – Dairy Foods report uncovers current and upcoming trends in dairy foods contract manufacturing.

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Why Order this Report?

Start-up brands turn to dairy processors to make their ideas come to life. So do some established dairies that might not have the in-house expertise or the capital to buy and install processing lines. Contract manufacturing is a multi-billion-dollar business benefiting both parties. The 2017 Contract Manufacturing & Customers – Dairy Foods report uncovers current and upcoming trends in dairy foods contract manufacturing.

Who Should Read this Report?

Vice presidents, Directors and Managers at Food Manufacturing and Distribution Companies, R&D, Sales, Business Development, Product Development, Consumer Insights and Operations in food manufacturers and distributors, as well as suppliers to the dairy industry.

Study Background:

Objectives of this research are to identify:
  • Why co-packing is being used/provided
  • How co-packing is being utilized
  • What additional services to co-packing are being used/provided
  • What type of equipment is being used for co-packing products
Methodology:
  • 120 online surveys completed with active, qualified subscribers to Dairy Foods print and/or digital edition, eNewsletter and website who are involved with co-packing.
  • Data collected August 10 –September 1, 2017.