OSI Industries; a Force to be Reckoned with

OSI Industries, founded in America at the turn of the 20th century, is now one of the worlds largest food suppliers. With 65 installations in 17 countries, the company has more than 20,000 employees and ranks as one of the largest privately held companies in the United States. Its products offer basic materials required by other food-related enterprises.

Retail food brands and restaurant chains use OSI as a reliable provider of value-added food products. Today, the OSI resources and its global capabilities, give this company access to food products on a global scale. In turn, this allows OSI Industries to offer lower costs, reduce preparation time, ensure food safety and customize culinary profiles. Food items have distinct formulation processes which allow business clients to satisfy a wide range of tastes. The company’s international profile ensures product availability for most countries.

In the more than 100 years of business operations, OSI Industries has developed many joint ventures or acquired processes, warehouses, farms, and poultry processing infrastructure. These aggregate industries have placed OSI as a primary global food provider. Along with hubs in North America and Europe, OSI has acquired a number of facilities in China, India, Australia and the Philippines. OSI Industries has doubled its chicken processing plants as a result of increased consumption of poultry. To know more about the company click here.

This rapid expansion of food production facilities around the globe allows OSI to continue to expand its product line. The company also nurtures environmental sustainability in all its new projects.

The growth of OSI industry allows it to develop a wide expansion of new products. OSI is diligent in its focus toward more sustainable products. For example, new equipment fitted into the Toledo installation, have cut electricity by more than 15%. Many of the OSI facilities meet environmental Standard Requirements set by Standard ISO 14001 and the Food Safety Standard FSSC

22000.