Food production can be an extremely touchy topic to talk about. Plants that produce food must keep top-notch facilities in order to turn out A-1 quality food. One such leading food production company is OSI Food Solutions. Starting as a family meat market in 1909, this company became the first supplier for Ray Kroc’s first McDonald’s restaurant. Since then, the small family business, known then as ‘Otto & Sons’ has grown into the Globally know company of OSI Food Solutions.
OSI Food Solutions began its global partnership in the mid 1990’s and early 2000 with India and China. Acquiring Tyson Foods, controlling stakes in Baho Food, and Flagship Food Group from Flagship Europe, OSI clearly has a hold on the market. With more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, OSI shows they can keep up with production as demand continues to increase.
OSI has receive awards over the years for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. Building facilities with environmental concerns in mind, OSI is looking at sustainability when it comes to the environment and the companies contributions. With reduced power consumption by 20 percent, the company will be producing more meat with less environmental pollutants. Efficient food production is the top concern now more than ever.
After placing #58 on Forbes list of largest private companies, winning the Globe of Honour by the British Safety Council in 2016, OSI Food Solutions continued their stellar reputation with 2018 recognition by BSC at the International Safety Awards with an award of merit.
When it comes to working with OSI, it is firmly believed that the employees drive the success of the company. Working with OSI will provide an environment offering challenging, stimulating, and rewarding opportunities. Passion, innovation, dedication and commitment abound within the doors of this award winning company.
No matter if you are working for the company or searching for fine foods, with productions of meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products, there isn’t very far you can travel without coming in contact with OSI.