What would the world be like if there were no foodservices? This would probably mean that prices would skyrocket on standard foods because more work would have to go into harvesting/production the foods. Food retailors tend to save a lot of money by dealing with food services providers. On the lower end of the spectrum, consumers will end-up saving more money. OSI Industries is the cream-of-the-crop when it comes to professional food service providers. This company has years and years of experience under its belt as well as years and years of know-how. The company is headquartered in the beautiful city of Aurora, Illinois, but it has factories and facilities through the U.S. The facilities are located in Iowa, in Illinois, in California, in Wisconsin and in Utah.
Did you know that some of today’s biggest brands receive their food products from OSI? Yes, this is 100 percent accurate as this company works exclusively with Papa John’s Pizza, with KFC, with Burger King, with Subway and with Starbucks. Are you aware that McDonald’s was one of the first major fast food restaurants to work with OSI? This strong bond started during the earlier years, and it has continued to this very day. OSI Industries is one of McDonald’s four major meat suppliers. The company’s reach is immense because it distributes food products throughout the world. Thanks to its many world wide factories/facilities, OSI can source the foods at a much faster rate than most other companies. Poland, Germany, Japan, China, Canada, Brazil, Ukraine and Austria hosts many OSI Industries’ innovative factories.
Over the past half-decade, the company has done an amazing job of acquiring stake in other food companies. In 2016, BAHO Food was acquired by OSI Industries and this acquisition has helped to solidify the company’s grip overseas. BAHO Food, a private Dutch company, produces a wide range of deli meats, convenience foods and snacks. “We have a much larger presence in Europe thanks to BAHO Food,” said David McDonald, president of OSI. This company has reached the stratosphere, but only time will tell if OSI Industries goes any further.
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