Small Batch Co-Packing Program

The mission of Small Batch Kitchen has always been to create healthy, delicious, value-added products using the best locally grown produce we can find.

Our new custom co-packing program will combine Small Batch Kitchen know-how with your specific farm needs.

Together, we can increase your revenue and profitability!

The Small Batch Promise

Truly Small Batches

Unlike other co-packers, Small Batch Kitchen is true to our name. With batches requiring as little as 60 lbs of produce, creating fewer than 150 units at one time, we can serve your unique needs without requiring a huge up-front investment or large minimums.

Produce First

You grew it with care and devotion. Trust us to preserve it with the same dedication.

Also, unlike larger co-packers, we can GUARANTEE that the jars you get back are filled with your produce.

Custom & Creative Solutions

This program is meant to help farms increase their revenue. We will work with you to create a solution that best meets the needs of your farm and your customers.

Packaging & Marketing Expertise

Our support will not end after the products are jarred.

With over 10 years experience in packaging and marketing, we can help you create the perfect label and marketing materials to not only meet all regulations, but also appeal to your target customer.

  • Capabilities

    • Licensed & Insured
    • HACCP & BPCS Certified
    • Recipe Development
    • 100+ Recipe Database
    • Marketing Experience:
      Retail & Wholesale
    • Labeling experience per FDA requirements, including Nutritional Analysis
  • Products & Produce

    We have over 100 tested and approved recipes in our database including low-sugar fruit spreads, fermented hot sauces, fermented sauerkrauts, and infused sea salts.

    We have recipes ready to go for the following produce:

    • Apples
    • Blackberries
    • Blueberries
    • Cabbage
    • Carrots
    • Cherries (Sweet & Tart)
    • Cranberries
    • Cucumbers
    • Garlic
    • Herbs of all kinds
    • Onions
    • Peaches
    • Pears (non-Asian varietals)
    • Peppers (sweet or hot)
    • Plums
    • Raspberries
    • Rhubarb
    • Strawberries
    • Tomatoes
  • Not Just For Farms

    We can also work with food banks, cooperatives, or private label for anyone in the food system.

Want to Learn More?

Schedule a time to meet with Small Batch Kitchen owner, Sheila Rhodes, to discuss your needs and ideas. Together, I'm sure we can find a solution to whatever problem you are facing.