In today’s society, there are a plethora of food providers that offers a long list of services. These food providers are located all over the world. Here in the US, OSI Industries is a top-of-the-line wholesaler of foods. This particular company has deep roots that date back to over a century. These deep roots also dates back to the nation of Germany. Thanks to the influx of Germans into America, this company may not have ever existed. Chicago, Illinois, was ground zero for immigrants during the start of the 20th century, and these people brought a sense of hard work and values. Agriculture is big business and the United States has plenty of agricultural regions. OSI was just a local butcher shop in Oak Park, Illinois, but who knew that it would grow to become an industry leader?
As of today, the Chicagoland region is one of the country’s largest metropolitan areas. During the early to mid 1900s, this region was known as “the stacker of wheat” as well as “the hog butcher of the world.” This is where OSI’s butcher shop got its start. This local business by operated by Otto, Arthur and Harry Kolschowki. Of course, this was a family affair. The little butcher shop established a great reputation for offering high-quality beef. By doing so, OSI forged strong bonds with it client-base, and McDonald’s was one of its first prominent clients. What are some other prominent clients of the OSI Industries? OSI Group acquires Dutch company Baho Food. OSI’s prominent list of clients, include:
• Pizza Hut
• Burger King
• Papa John’s Pizza
• And many more
Cryogenics, and its liquid-nitrogen freezing capabilities of OSI Industries has boosted the performance of OSI as the meats could now travel for farther distances without spoiling. As of today, OSI Industries and McDonald’s has remained as close business partners. For doubling-up on productivity, the company has invested in a number of high-capacity production lines. There seems to be no weaknesses at OSI Industries, and its exquisite resume can attest to all claims.
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