OSI Group Is Legendary In The Food Industry
OSI Group began as a small meat market in Oak Park, Illinois. Its founder,Otto Kolschowsky, eventually expanded the family business into a wholesale meat distributor. The company became known as Otto and Sons. Otto and Sons grew into the leading distributor of meat to restaurants and supermarkets around much of Illinois.
They crossed paths with Ray Kroc after developing a splendid reputation in the industry. Ray Kroc was the leader of the McDonalds franchise which was quickly expanding in the 1950s. McDonald’s was opening restaurants in Des Plaines, Illinois and chose Otto and Sons as its meat supplier. The relationship between Ray Kroc and Otto and Sons grew stronger over the years. They became one of the food giant’s exclusive distributors of meat.
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Otto and Sons brought many innovations to the industry of meat distribution. They embraced cryogenic food processing. This is a method of preserving the quality of food over a long period of time. Liquid nitrogen freezing allowed Otto and Sons to maintain a large amount of inventory. These business methods endeared Otto and Sons to Ray Kroc.
Otto and Sons were able to open another meat distribution plant in West Chicago. It gave them the capability to provide other food industry businesses with the same services that they had given McDonalds. The company changed its brand name to OSI Industries in 1975.
OSI was listed by Forbes as the 136th largest private company and United States. It operates plants in Chicago, Wisconsin, Oakland, Iowa, Geneva and Riverside California. OSI is an equal opportunity employer. There is tremendous job opportunities available to qualified candidates around the world. The company recruits throughout Europe including Germany, the UK, Hungary and Poland. The Asia-Pacific is also a place of tremendous opportunity with OSI.
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