The food and beverage industries enforce compliance to stringent safety and sanitation standards—including BPA-free construction, nontoxic guidelines, FDA certification, and FMA-safe regulations—for any parts and equipment produced for the sectors. In complying with these standards, manufacturers can ensure that their products are safe for use in consumer applications.

To ensure that every step of the production process meets such standards, manufacturers utilize various food grade materials for part design and construction, including in plastic injection molding operations.

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The Rodon Group is proud to be HACCP (Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point) compliant in all of our food grade part production processes. We rely on GMA-SAFE and HACCP principles as guidelines for ensuring that our products and machinery are up to industrial standards.

HACCP prioritizes the identification, control, and eradication of potential hazards, such as microbiological, chemical, and physical contaminants, in food production. In doing so, it helps prevent and reduce foodborne hazards, assures consumers that their products are safe for consumption, and strengthens public health protection efforts.

Food and beverage manufacturers frequently turn to The Rodon Group for assistance with food grade injection molding services for packaging and processing applications, including:

  • Conveyor system components
  • Beverage overcaps
  • Processing equipment components
  • Beverage filtering components
  • Food and beverage containers

Custom-Manufactured Parts

Our automated facilities—including automated equipment and fully-robotic processes—enable us the freedom to take on and fulfill high-volume custom projects on a global scale. Additionally, our capabilities allow us to provide high quality, cost-efficient products with minimal lead times.

Due to our dedication to efficiency, we equipped each machine in our facility with either a full servo-bot or a robotic sprue picker. Our equipment list includes:

  • Self-Diagnostic, Microprocessor-Controlled Presses
  • KEYENCE Vision and Mitutoyo QuickVision System: Performs dimensional QC

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Specializing in custom injection molding, our expertise and advanced technological capabilities position us to meet various food and beverage industry requirements such as:

  • Food grade materials (e.g., contact-safe resins and autoclavable materials)
  • Chemical resistance
  • UV resistance
  • GMA-SAFE compliance
  • FDA compliance
  • ISO certification 

The Benefits of a Custom, Turnkey Approach

At The Rodon Group, we are strongly committed to offering our food and beverage industry clients a dependable, custom, and turnkey manufacturing solution.

We partner with you for every step of your project. From custom designing your mold to manufacturing a finished part and performing our final two-step inspection, each phase of your project is completed under one roof, by one team. This process characteristic affords us maximum control over production, communication, and quality. 

Thanks to our partnerships with industry-leading resin suppliers, we can craft some of the highest quality products available on the market today. Additionally, our fully automated facility makes it easy for us to fulfill safety and sanitation standards and maintain quality standards regardless of project size.

If you are interested in learning more about our food and beverage mold manufacturing capabilities, visit our comprehensive case studies page to view examples of our past projects.

Read our Food & Beverage Case Study >

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