Manufacturing and processing businesses are those that have manufacturing and/or processing on a large scale in-house as opposed to using a co-packer, sharing kitchen space, or using a retail kitchen. These can be tied to brands and can include lots of different products, including cheese, craft beer, distilleries, and other consumer packaged good (CPG).
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Manufacturing and Processing
120 pages of Free report content by University of Wisconsin-Madison
This guide covers a wide array of topics, such as regulations and licensing, selecting a food processing facility, developing products, buying equipment, labeling and packaging, marketing, insurance and liability issues, and concludes with potential exit strategies when the time comes to close or sell the business.
45 minutes of Free audio by Edible-Alpha®
Distribution rights matter a great deal for breweries and distilleries. Talking with a lawyer who has training and experience in the matter is the best way to protect the financial future of your beer brand. Whether or not you are a brewery vs. a brewpub matters a great deal to regulators.
1 hour & 35 minutes of Free audio by Edible-Alpha®
To satisfy demand for local/organic meats, Barlett Durand needed consistent throughput and quality. Rather than scaling up to compete with large-scale industrialized meat processors or launching a direct to consumer farm, he began aggregating meat from existing local farms under the brand Black Earth Meats.
1 hour & 30 minutes of Free audio by Edible-Alpha®
Conscious Carnivore, a whole animal retail butcher shop in Madison, WI evolved from Black Earth Meats (Black Earth, Wisconsin), a larger scale meat production facility and wholesale brand due to business challenges and some of the advantages of retail.