FAQ: Important Questions for Co-Manufacturers

Frequently Asked Questions about Warrell Creations

Does Warrell manufacture for Private Labels?

Warrell considers itself a contract-manufacturing and private label partner.  We manufacture and package major private labels for supermarkets, drug, convenience, mass and club retailers. We are frequently a preferred supplier because of our varied manufacturing processes and packaging capabilities.

We also partner with Consumer Product Group (CPG) companies that desire products produced to their specifications.   We also have highly experienced food scientists to assist you with your innovations.

What is the difference between Contract Manufacturing and Private Label?

Check out the Warrell Blog to learn more about the differences between contract manufacturing and private labeling.

Do we have nutmeats in our facility?

Yes.  We do manage both tree nuts and peanuts in our facility simultaneously.  We have a strong allergen control program which segments these two classes at all times.

Are the products Warrell produces Kosher certified?

Yes.  The vast majority of the products produced by the company are certified Orthodox Union kosher.

How much manufacturing experience does Warrell have?

The company has been manufacturing confections since 1965.  We have been actively engaged in contract manufacturing since the early 1980’s.  Today, contract manufacturing represents over 80% of the company’s sales volume.

Can you manufacture organic products?

Yes, certain processes are certified Organic. Please contact our sales office to discuss further, sales@warrellcorp.com

Can you manufacture all-natural products?

Yes, we do manufacture many natural products. We use many natural ingredients, flavorings, sweeteners, and processes. Please contact our sales office to discuss further, sales@warrellcorp.com

Can you manufacture non-GMO products?

Yes, certain products can be certified non-GMO. We use many non-GMO ingredients.

Available Food Certifications

Certified by NSF International to the FSSC22000 Standard, a recognized GFSI Standard.