Our Partners

A world-class, collaborative ecosystem of expertise, experience and best practices.

When our customers work with Baldwin Richardson Foods (BRF), they’re tapping into not only our capabilities, but also those of our partners. 

Supplier Network

When you work with us, you also work with our team of exceptional suppliers. BRF seeks out and forms strategic partnerships with “gold standard” suppliers, those who are experienced and set industry standards for innovation, service, quality and safety.

These powerful partnerships allow us to work more collaboratively. We partner on all aspects of the business relationship, including insights, innovation, R&D, quality control, commercialization and continuous improvement. This in turn creates greater value for BRF and our customers. 

Redzone

BRF employs the industry-leading Redzone platform to deliver real-time reporting, eliminate paper and enhance operational efficiency. With its user-friendly interface, Redzone engages our workforce in real time at each step in the production process.

Ultimately, by reducing downtime, minimizing paper, eliminating waste, and creating volume and capacity windows, our Redzone partnership represents one more big step toward a more sustainable operation. That’s good news for everyone. 

Cornell Institute for Food Systems

Staying at the forefront of food technology is vital to BRF’s mission and success. One way we do this is by participating in the Cornell Institute for Food Systems Industry Partnership Program (CIFS-IPP) as a Gold Level member.

 Member benefits:

  • Access to CIFS’s cutting-edge science to keep abreast of leading technological developments
  • Leverage Cornell’s expertise and ongoing research in food safety and quality; fruit, vegetable and dairy processing; and biological/microbiological applications
  • Networking with industry partners to exchange ideas and best practices, as well as share the latest industry challenges and successes 

Rochester Institute of Technology

BRF partners with Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) to train and certify our employees in Lean Six Sigma. This highly regarded methodology increases organizational productivity and efficiency through a structured problem-solving process. Eliminating waste leads to processes that take less effort, material, capital and time to make products and services at less cost and with fewer defects. 

Interested in joining our world-class, collaborative ecosystem?