OSI food solutions are one the best and largest food producer companies in the world. They have come a long way from over a century ago. It all started when Otto immigrated from Germany to Chicago, he was able to redirect his train of thought unlike other German immigrants. German immigrants then set up farms, but he chose to set up a retail shop instead of doing this. He didn’t know he was setting his family up for generations to come. A century later, they are growing at an exponential rate and proving to be one of the world’s largest and fastest food producers. After first world war, OSI food solutions expanded into a wholesale company and ended up selling more than he did. As a retailer, he gained a reputation around Chicago as a meat seller to be reckoned with.
After the Second World War, there was an economic boom that allowed the progress of new companies and corporations around America. This was very good for Otto because his sons were able to strike an unofficial deal with the future owner of McDonald’s group. The sons had an agreement to distribute ground beef to required franchises around the United States. At the time, the franchise owner was working in California. Soon enough, he bought out McDonald’s and started a franchise around the United States. The company was one of the fastest-growing in the nation, with publicity and great size. OSI food solutions or able to capitalize on this, they enjoyed the good ones and where in the position to become one of the leading food corporations in America.
In the 70’s, it became easier for them as food preservation technology became rampant. They were able to freeze food produce and distribute easily. They strengthen their hold on McDonald’s, and was only a matter of time before they started looking to expand around other continents. Currently, OSI food solutions have food processing plants in and are making strides to other continents like Europe and South America. They recently purchased Baho foods and are strengthening their hold around that region, Along with this, they bought Rose Packing in the United states to solidify their hold on the pork market.