Sunwarrior, a leading US plant-based protein and superfood company, recently announced it had brought the majority of its manufacturing and fulfillment in-house. With growing customer demand, delivering these services in-house allows the company to expedite new product launch initiatives, guarantee faster shipping speeds, and provide enhanced quality control.
The demand for plant-based protein powder and premium vegan supplements continues to grow globally, meaning that smaller producers such as Sunwarrior must adapt. Going in-house means the company has: the ability to be even more selective in sourcing the finest ingredients; greater control over manufacturing; the ability to have smaller and more frequent batch runs; increased inventory visibility; greater creativity and innovation, as small-batch runs for new product development will be easier and more cost-effective.
“Sunwarrior is a company that was founded on the principles of plant-based nutrition, quality, and service,” said Sunwarrior Co-Founder Denley Fowlke. “We transitioned to in-house manufacturing and fulfillment because we remain focused on those principles. It’s our commitment to continually improve and better serve our customers.”
Sunwarrior says it plans to launch four new products this year, including Plant-Based Collagen Building Protein Peptides, which will be available in two flavors – Tahitian Vanilla and Chocolate Fudge.