With the purchase of a large food procesing and storage faciclity, previously owned by Tyson Foods, OSI Group has enhanced its humble home base. Chicago is where the OSI Group began, well over a hundred years ago. Mr. Otto Kolschowsky started his business in Chicago shortly after immigrating from Germany. His little butcher shop became successful very quickly, and has been succeeding ever since.
Eventually becoming Otto & Sons, Mr. Kolschowsky’s business grew strong. Eventually securing a deal to supply beef to the new McDonald’s restaurant chain, Otto & Sons built on new technology, techniques and processes, to provide to a wider area and a larger customer base.
The ball kept rolling, and eventually, Otto & Sons became the OSI Group, and history continues to be made on a daily basis. The OSI Group has become one of the largest food companies in the world. The purchase of the Tyson processing facility is but a small part of the OSI Group world expansion. Many mergers and acquisitions of other great companies has given rise to a wonderful food production business, which is now capable of branching off into new areas of food preparation and shipping.
With expertise from over a dozen countries around the world, OSI is inventing new methods and new technologies for food production. They are capable of offering products that no one else can, and the creative way that they do it is proving to be an industry standard for all others to follow.
There is one rock solid rule to succeeding in the food industry: Produce tasty food. Not only that, but good nutrition is practiced at OSI. They have a staff of very experienced nutritional professionals. These professionals not only craft very nutritious dishes, they are super tasty too, because after all, taste is the name of the game in the food business. There’s no way around that one.
OSI is marching ahead without slowing, and they are opening eyes all around the globe. The acquisitions and mergers are continuing, and the staff of over 20,000 employees is growing. The future does indeed look good, and tasty.