Baby food brands are turning to contract manufacturers for snacks and biscuits29 Aug 2019
Contract manufacturer of baby biscuits from Russia Joy-Co show that manufacturing of snack for kids from natural ingredients has great potential and a lot of benefits for brands.
According to analysts, baby food market is expected to grow annually by 5.0% (CAGR 2019-2023). The baby snacks is already firmly entrenched in the minds of mothers around the world as a useful treat that promotes growth and childhood development along with fruit purée and baby milk, so manufacturers are doing everything to develop this segment even more.
Important requirements of buyers is natural, organic-certified ingredients, high product quality and health benefits.
Global brands including Gerber, Almarai resort to contract manufacturers who specialize in baby biscuits and snacks.
Maria Glukhova, commercial director of Joy-Co, says that contract manufacturing of baby biscuits is convenient way for baby food or confectionery brands.
Conscientious contract manufacturers offer everything from recipe selection and international standards certification to product packaging and licensing from marketing partners such as Disney.
The advantage of Joy-Co is location and cheap raw materials. The company in Russia works for many global brands, uses high-quality and, in relation to world currency, cheap raw materials - wheat, buckwheat and corn flour (for gluten-free products) and high-quality butter or vegetable oil. The product is fully consistent with the expectations of international partners, and at the same time it is cheaper.
The company manufactures more than 20 tons of instant baby cookies per day and, as a contract manufacturer, maximally focuses on the customers requirements and principles of the brand.
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