C0-Packing


 As an experienced team of meat processors, Stemmler Meats offers reliable meat co-packing services at our Waterloo, Ontario manufacturing facility. We can efficiently and cost-effectively manufacture your sausages, snack sticks, smoked pork, Black Forest ham, smoked or cooked turkey, chicken deli rolls and other similar meat products.


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Benefits of working with Stemmler's:

  • Working towards HACCP certification (Fall 2020)
  • Working towards licensing under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) (Spring 2021)
  • 17,000 sq. ft. of clean space dedicated to meat processing and packing
  • State-of-the-art meat processing equipment (Schröter, Bizerba, Inject Star) with sanitation bays at each process
  • Top quality ingredients and packaging of your choice, sourced for you
  • Reliable logistics team prepared to ship out your product on time
  • Masterclass staff with 35+ years of experience in the meat processing industry

To learn more about our meat co-packing services, email info@stemmlermeats.ca or call us at (519) 699-4590.




What is Co-Packing?

In the food and beverage industry, a co-packer (or co-man) is a company that manufactures and packages products for other companies. Co-packing is also referred to as contract packing or contract manufacturing. Thousands of food producers work with co-packers and meat processors to get their products to market.


Co-packing is often the fastest and most reliable way to take your product from small batch production (or even just a recipe!) to full-scale manufacturing. Experiencing the true benefits of dedicated meat processors requires finding the right co-packer so that you can save on your capital investment, manage your risk, source ingredients at the lowest possible cost, develop a viable product and have it shipped to the shelves of stores filled with hungry buyers.


To learn more about co-packing and how it works, download our free Co-Packing 101 Guide.


Ready to learn more? Take the next step and download our free True Cost of Co-Packing Guide



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