DRY FOOD Co-Packing

Dry FoodS Since 1972

BCG has been formulating and packaging dry food products since 1972—that’s over 50 years of expertise that’s hard to come by in the dry food manufacturing industry. Our in-house brand, Augason Farms, kicked off a legacy of shelf-stable dry food products that, when word got out, ignited a demand for high-quality dry food label packaging, co-pack and private-label manufacturing services.

services OVERVIEW


Customer provides formula, all ingredients and packaging materials. We blend ingredients and package them according to your specifications ensuring consistent quality and uniform packaging with every unit.


Customer’s choice. Customer decides needed involvement from BCG from formula development, sourcing ingredients and packaging. You choose! We are open to customize the best hybrid solution for your project.


BCG will partner with you to understand your desired outcome and will then go to work on your behalf.  We’ll develop a formula you’ll be happy with, source all ingredients and packaging, then blend and package according to agreed upon specifications. That’s what Partner-Manufacturing is all about!

Dry Food Packaging Processes:

  • Horizontal form fill and seal
  • Pouch fill
  • Pillow packs
  • Stick packs
  • Zippered pouches
  • Gusseted point-of-sale packs
  • Emergency food storage pails
  • Turnkey, tolling, and hybrid solutions

Product Use Cases:

  • Shelf ready Baking Mixes
  • Nutritional Supplements and Hydration Powders
  • Cocoa and Powdered Drinks
  • Snacks and Nuts
  • Rehydratable Meals for camping/hunting/hiking
  • Food for long-term storage
  • Pet treats and supplements


  • Tolling, Hybrid, and Turnkey solutions
  • 23 production machines
  • 5 blending rooms
  • Form, fill, and seal equipment
  • 14 pouch lines
  • Industrial ribbon blender
  • Product formulation and micro blending
  • Paddle mixers with choppers
  • Bulk repackaging
  • Gravity feed metal detector
  • End-of-line packaging and kitting


Advantages of Dry Food Packaging:

  • Protection of food
  • Increased shelf life
  • Easy to transport
  • Cost-effective

Dry food packaging provides an effective barrier between the product and its environment, which helps to prevent moisture loss in dry foods. This can be particularly important for products with short shelf life or requiring refrigeration. This can save time and money for consumers who don’t want the hassle of storing frozen meats, cheeses, and other perishable items in their freezers all year long just so they’re ready when needed!

Packaging Regulations and Food Safety:

Food safety regulations. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates the packaging of dry foods, including pet food and human nutrition products such as cereal, granola bars, and snack chips. The FDA’s requirements are designed to ensure that consumers have access to safe products that meet their needs while minimizing the risk of contamination or spoilage during storage or transportation.

BCG offers in-house FDA label compliance review to ensure your product is within FDA standards and compliance. We will help you get your labels approved in a timely manner so that you can bring your product to market quickly and easily.


Food safety is BCG Manufacturing’s number one priority. We’ve spent over 45 years perfecting our food production standards, testing protocols, and packaging processes. Our Q/A team ensures that the strictest quality and safety standards are maintained throughout our facility and during every production run.

Your product is in excellent hands at BCG Manufacturing, and our proven track record demonstrates the results your company can trust.

Labeling Requirements:

Dry food packaging must include information about what’s inside the package so customers can make informed decisions about whether they want to buy it; this includes ingredients lists on bags containing more than one ingredient (such as dog treats), nutritional facts labels on boxes containing multiple servings (such as cereal boxes), expiration dates printed directly onto product packaging itself rather than stuck on with tape or glue at some point after production has ceased–and even warnings against feeding certain foods together if those combinations could cause problems like illness from salmonella poisoning.

Dry food packaging processes are important for preserving the quality of dry food products. It’s also important to select the right packaging for your product, as this will affect its shelf life and how well it can be stored.

Dry food packaging is constantly evolving; look forward to seeing more innovations in this area in the future!

What Our Customers Are Saying

BCG Co-packing has played a significant role in our yearly growth. We are very grateful to have such a solid partnership.

- John Mayers
Account Manager, R.D.S. Industries

I love how they took the time to understand my business fully. By far, the best Co-packing company we have worked with. BCG was a game changer for our business.

- Tom Wanner

We definitely wouldn’t be where we are today without BCG. They have proved to be a great partner in the West. Grateful for an equal relationship.

- Ellena Johansen
Account Manager