OSI Group was founded in 1909. It started as a meat market and butcher shop in Chicago, Illinois, owned by Otto Kolschowsky and was called Otto And Sons. Today, OSI Group is the leader and phenomenal force in the Food Industry.
The groundbreaking steps that have led up to the pivotal position the company has attained have been the acquisition of the contract as the first meat supplier of fresh ground beef for McDonald’s in 1955. With the boom in the fast food industry advancing rapidly, the company opened it’s Chicago based plant in 1973 in West Chicago which was OSI Group’s first dedicated facility to McDonald’s. In 1975 Otto and Sons transitions to OSI Industries.
Today the company has plants and facilities all across the country and all over the world.
The Company offers and provides innovation in food development and processing through an auspicious selection of chefs and engineers who have an aptitude for the processes required to meet the standards of quality and safety in the food industry.
The ever-increasing demands in the supply chain require persistent and consistent logistic planning to be cost efficient and a renowned leader in bringing about new ideas for consumers for food products.
OSI Group is a privately held corporation and has continually been an investor to create partnerships for new ideas within the food market industry.
The greater value OSI Industries produces in its ideology in food safety and innovating ideas out measures a lot of the watered down second-hand processes that were practiced prior to the emasculation of the progress we see today in the food industry.
The company is always open to a meeting of the minds and working together with others and extends the invitation of working together with others.
The importance of each customer’s brand is also important to OSI. So measures are taken to go to great lengths to ensure the satisfaction and complete complacency each and every customer would expect and require.
With over a hundred years under their belt, it would be very hard to go wrong when choosing OSI to partner with.
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