St. Louis, MO, Oct. 1, 2011 – Precision Foods announced the launch of a new website at www.precisionfoods.com/industrial today. The website caters to food companies seeking to identify a manufacturing partner capable of product development, custom dry blending and packaging. “Whether a company needs turn-key assistance from product concept all the way through to delivery, or simply needs to delegate responsibility for a vital component of the finished product, we know choosing the right manufacturing partner is critical to their business success,” notes Connie Huck, VP sales and marketing, Precision Foods.
Featuring user-friendly navigation, the site provides visitors with a concise overview of the company’s array of services. In addition to blending and packaging, food companies have access to chefs for product ideations and culinary trends, as well as to food scientists for new product development or re-engineering expertise.
Experience for hire
For nearly two decades, Precision Foods has supported the needs of food manufacturers seeking custom solutions, and along the way has come to understand their unique challenges and concerns. So in addition to providing information about Precision Foods’ capabilities, the site also features a section on what to look for when selecting a custom dry blender and packer. “We believe this resource identifies the many factors that should be considered and evaluated when choosing an industry partner, such as, required minimums, food safety standards and controls, third party certifications and equipment capabilities,” says Huck.
With three centrally located production facilities that have all achieved BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, Level A, certification within the last year, Precision Foods is perfectly positioned to support any company needing custom dry blending and packaging expertise. “There is a convergance of issues impacting the food industry right now. Obviously the sluggish economy and rising commodity costs are driving the need for price value like never before. But in addition are concerns about freight costs, being eco-friendly and, most importantly, food safety. The dry blended products Precision Foods excels in producing are ideally suited to respond to all these issues. They’re less expensive to produce, ship and store and being shelf-stable minimizes both food safety concerns and environmental impact,” adds Huck.