Berner Food and Beverage Triples Its Footprint

Dakota, Illinois — September 20, 2017 — Headquartered in the small town of Afolkey, Illinois Berner Food and Beverage recently tripled its footprint to position itself as the single source of processed dips, sauces, aerosol cheese, coffee and tea, food and beverages in North America, according to a recent article. The leading private label and contract manufacturing supplier aims to capitalize on the rising popularity of private brands in the United States.

The company plans to leverage the expanded 290,000-sq.-ft. space and its increased capabilities to better serve its customer partners. The increased warehouse space and logistics management services will allow Berner to tackle greater volume, help retailers better manage their stock levels, generate products faster and more efficiently and make it easier for it to create new products and flavors so retailers can expand their seasonal flavor rotations.

The facility is USDA-approved, SQF2000 Level 3, HACCP certified and “meets the demanding standards of virtually every major retailer in North America,” the company noted.

Today, Berner Food and Beverage celebrated the grand opening of their new 70 million dollar facility.

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