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Oregon Co-Packers to Make and Package Your Food Product: Jams, Salsa, Sauces, Pickles, Cookies, Pies, cakes, whatever!

Oregon Co-Packers: Want to Sell Your Salsa, Preserves, Jams, Etc.? Learn About Using A CoPacker to Prepare It!

If you want to make and sell your home-made preserves, salsa, spaghetti sauce, applesauce, apple butter, jams, jellies, or whatever, you will need a licensed kitchen to prepare and can the food. That's fine for relatively small quantities, and if there is a licensed kitchen to rent nearby at a good cost. See this page for shared use kitchens in Oregon. But it may be less expensive (and less risky) for your new business to use a CoPacker to prepare their food, according to you recipe and process. 

What is a Co-Packer?

Co-packers manufacture and package foods for other companies to sell.  These products range from nationally-known brands to private labels.  Entrepreneurs choose to use the services of copackers for many reasons.  Copackers can provide entrepreneurs with a variety of services in addition to manufacturing and packaging products.  They can often help in the formulation of the product.  The copacker may function only as a packer of other people's products or may be in business with his own product line.  They may be, in fact, manufacturing several competing products.  The range of services available from a copacker will vary depending on the size and experience of the copacker and the type of facilities and the capacity of their plant.

Choosing a Co-Packer

You will want to choose a co-packer who has experience making the type of product and packaging that you need.  You may also want to choose a co-packer that is located close to you or your source materials and/or market or distribution centers to reduce costs.

See this page for much, much more about co-packers, like advantages, disadvantages and how to choose a copacker.

The following list consists of companies in Oregon that have co-packing capabilities. This list is neither all-inclusive, nor is it meant to serve as an endorsement.

If you are a co-packer wishing to be added to this list, add your information here.

Oregon Co-Packers

  • Beaverton Foods -
    7100 NE Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR 97124.  Phone: (503) 646-8138. Our rich tradition at Beaverton Foods has made us the first choice for retailers who want to create a gourmet private label line. Beaverton Foods can provide a wide range of formulations designated to meet the needs of your profile. Our R&D department will work closely with you to compliment any existing recipe or create a new recipe, based on your needs. For more information, please contact us at (503) 646-8138..
  • Bob's Red Mill - Dry mixes
    5209 SE International Way Milwaukie, OR 97222. Phone: 503-654-3215, 1-800-553-2258 Dennis Gilliam
  • Bridgewell Agribusiness LLC - Copacker, Incubator, Product development services, Packaging, Distributor, Dry shelf storage, Kosher, Certified Organic, Plastic, Paper, We can source (find) ingredients, We can source (find) packaging, Private labeling, Business services, We specialize in small and start-ups, Larger volumes only
    12420 SE Carpenter Dr, Clackamas, OR 97015-9077. Phone: (503) 765-7408. Email: [email protected]. Open: See their website for for hours and availability. Directions: See their website for directions. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: . Specialize in dry blending and packing. Can handle a variety of packaging options including pouches, containers, and bulk packs. Located in Clackamas County. (ADDED: January 05, 2021, Suggested by a visitor)
  • Harry's Fresh Foods - Soup concentrate, dairy-based sauces, chili, entrees, desserts
    11735 NE Sumner Street, Portland, OR 97220. Phone: 503-257-7687 FAX: 503-257-7363 Rod Harris
  • Haus Barhyte, Inc. - Mustards, horseradish
    912 Airport Road Pendleton, OR 97801-4589. Phone: 541-276-0259 FAX: 541-276-0317 Jan Barhyte
  • JDJ Pacific Pack - Dry and liquid fill
    6140 SE 111th Portland, OR 97266. Phone: 503-760-1377 Dan LaFlamme
  • J. Lieb Foods, Inc. - Sauces, jams, beverages
    2550-D 23rd Avenue Forest Grove, OR 97116. Phone: 503-359-9279 FAX: 503-357-7713 Jim Lieb
  • Lochmead Dairy - Ice creams, frozen yogurts
    668 Greenwood Street Junction City, OR 97448. Phone: 541-998-2388 Jock Gibson
  • Mid-Valley Rehabilitation, Inc. - Packaging Assembly, Bag & Fill, Blending of Dry Mixes
    2030 Lafayette Avenue
    McMinnville, OR 97128
    503-472-8537 FAX: 503-472-8819
    Contact: Brent Adams
  • Paradigm Foodworks, Inc. - Sauces
    5775 SW Jean Road, #106 A
    Lake Oswego, OR 97035
    Phone: 503-636-4880 FAX: 503-636-4886
    Lynne Barra
  • Rising Sun Farms - Vinegars & oils, dressings, marinates, mustards, pesto sauces, cheese tortas
    5126 S Pacific Highway
    Phoenix, OR 97535
    Phone: 541-535-8331 FAX: 541-535-8350
    Elizabeth Fujas
  • St. Cousair, Inc. - Specializes in Japanes food products
    8951 NE St. Paul Hwy, Newberg, OR 97132. Phone: (503) 538-2929. Fax: (503) 538-1992. Email: [email protected]. St. Cousair' professionals and facility have the experience, expertise and equipment to manufacture a diverse line of products. Our real strength lies in our recipe making for a broad range of products. With experience in developing over 1,000 products, we can create recipes and find the right ingredients for your Private Brand. Since St. Cousair is well-known not only as a food producer, but also as a select shop, we can also assist you to develop Japanese food products for your Brand, utilizing our wide network of Japanese food producers. St. Cousair's products are focused primarily on jams, sauces, wines and other types of food commonly associated with western European cuisine. Kuze Fuku & Co. specializes in traditional Japanese cuisine, particularly the lesser known, almost forgotten recipes of yesteryear from the Japanese countryside.
  • Swift Cider - Copacker, Product development services, QA/QC Product testing services, Recipe development lab testing services, Business development consulting services, We specialize in small and start-ups
    100 NE Farragut St, Unit 101, Portland, OR 97211. Phone: (503) 703-2994. Email: [email protected]. Open: See their website for for hours and availability. Directions: See their website for directions. Click here for a map and directions. Payment: . Swift Cider is an award winning craft hard cider company based in Portland, Oregon. We operate a newly built 6k square foot beverage production facility that is bonded as winery. We have experience producing a variety of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages and we can offer a full service co-packing, including production formulation, fermentation, blending, packing, and business consulting. We have the equipment to cold pack wine, cider, mead, kombucha, tea, coffee, energy drinks, hard seltzer, seltzer, water, soda and hard soda. Batch sizes from 300 - 2200 gallons allows you to launch more flavors in smaller quantities. As you grow, we can connect you with larger co-packers to help further scale your business. We work with a variety of mobile bottlers/canners to offer you a wide variety of package format options that includes cans, bottles and kegs. Click here for our Facebook page. (ADDED: October 30, 2019, Suggested by a visitor)
  • The Tao of Tea
    3430 Southeast Belmont Street
    Portland, OR 97214
    503-736-0198. Fax: 503-736-9232. Email: [email protected].
    Description of services or product specialties: Fair Trade, Kosher, Organic/Natural. Tea, Full-Line Hot Beverages, Ready to Drink coffee, tea, concentrates and powders.
  • Trailblazer Fruit Products - Preserves, fruit syrups, sauces
    17900 NE San Rafael, Portland, OR 97230
    Phone: 503-666-5800
    Rob Miller
  • Wilhelm Foods Fruit - syrups, fruit toppings, preserves,chutneys, barbecue sauce, marinate,
    116 South Elliott Road, Newberg, OR 97132.
    503-538-2929, Fax: 503-538-1992
    Charles Cox

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