Foodservices are some of the most important services in society. If there were no food services available, most grocery stores and supermarkets would have empty shelves. This is because most grocery stores and supermarkets do not produce their own foods. This is the way most food retailors are because they tend to get their food products from actual food service providers. OSI Industries just so happens to be one of those foodservice providers, and it has a long history of providing services in this field of work. OSI Industries is based out of Aurora-Illinois, but it has factories and facilities all over the globe.
Founded by Otto Kolschowski over a century ago, this one-time meat market has grew into a food wholesaling powerhouse. Some of its first locations were in the municipalities of Maywood, Illinois, and in Oak Park, Illinois. Every level of the game is being handled here, including processing, sourcing, development and management. The company produces a wide array of foods such as onions, cucumbers, pasta, pot roast, chili, soups, panini, Tofu, cooked sausage links, meatloaf, meatballs, cheese, flatbread, fresh dough products, panini, turkey products and many more. Having street-level knowledge of different foreign cuisines is a fine attribute to attain and OSI’s R&D specialists has this extensive knowledge. President David McDonald and Chief Executive Officer Sheldon Lavin has provided great leadership, and they have played a key role in the company’s success. OSI Industries does a phenomenal job of acquiring stake into other businesses.
In 2016, the company acquired Tyson Foods and acquired BAHO Food. By doing so, the company was able to expand its reach to other untapped markets overseas. In addition to that, the company has been able to solidify its strength from the foundation-up. OSI Industries is laying a fantastic blueprint for others to follow, which makes it a top 100 company.
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