Steric offers a superior contract blending service, including storage and packing, from our modern air-conditioned and humidity-controlled production facility in Sydney.

Using an IBC Blender – a precision instrument that can be set to a specific blend speed and time – for all contract blending work, the blending process is fully customisable, and all ingredients are auto-sieved in a sealed environment. Dedicated stainless steel bins and a rigorous quality control regime ensure product integrity.

The flexibility extends to raw ingredients, we source can sourced from Australia’s leading providers, or utilizing ingredients you supply, carefully blended to create your final product.

Our dry filling can produce anything from single serve sachets to 1 tonne Bulk Bags where production then progresses seamlessly through to cartons, palettes and on to the warehouse and distribution.

Talk to the Steric team today if you’re seeking on-time, on-budget and superior quality contract blending.


At Steric we have a proven track record in reproducing recipes in mass quantities to exacting standards for our clients. We have been doing it for decades, utilising our team of food scientists, our industry leading Quality Assurance processes, and one of the most technologically advanced
commercial food production facilities in the Southern Hemisphere.

From our dedicated facilities in Sydney, the Steric team can ensure the faithful mass production of your unique recipe while ensuring product integrity is maintained. Behind the scenes, our R&D and Quality Assurance professionals use their years of experience to ensure that your original recipe is reproduced in all its uniqueness.


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