Don't tell Christopher Robin and Piglet or Charlotte and Wilbur, but Indiana Packers procures pigs and processes them into pork. The company's fresh pork cuts, hams, hardwood-smoked hocks, sausage, and bacon are sold under the Indiana Kitchen brand to both food retail and foodservice customers. It also offers private label products and services. Indiana Packer's products are available worldwide. The company is jointly owned by two Japanese companies: Mitsubishi Corporation and Itoham Foods. As the popularity of the "other white meat" has grown, Indiana Packers Corporation has invested some $112 million to expand its production capacity and can now accommodate 16,800 hogs a day.
Based in The Hoosier State, Indiana Packers provides its pork products worldwide.
The company is a joint venture that reports to both Mitsubishi Corporation -- as part of its Living Essentials Group segment -- and to Itoham Foods.
Sales and Marketing
A multichannel marketer, Indiana Packers sells its Indiana Kitchen products to both retail and foodservice customers.