What would the world be like without foodservices? This question isn’t too hard to answer. The world would simply shutdown because billions of people depend on these services. In addition to that, hundreds of thousands of food retailors depend on these invaluable services. OSI Group is the quintessential food provider of the 21st century. The company is based in Illinois, but it has offices and factories in more than 17 nations worldwide. More than 20,000 people earn a great living by working with this brand, and the company is always seeking to fill open positions.
Chief Executive Officer, Sheldon Lavin, has taken OSI much farther than anyone has ever thought it could go. Since Lavin has taken office, the company’s revenue has drastically increased because the company’s production has increased. At OSI’s Spain factory, the production of chicken products has more than doubled thanks to incorporating high-capacity production lines. Lavin has many years of experience in the finance sector, and he has been using it to thrust OSI Group pass any of its competitors. In the early days, this company only specialized in selling fresh meats. As of now, the company specializes in a wide variety of subjects. OSI Group does aphenomenal job of producing custom foods. The company has some of the leading R&D specialists in the world, and these specialists are highly trained. The client will work exclusively with the R&D specialists during this process. This will provide assurance for producing the best possible solution.
Besides custom-food solutions, OSI has expanded its game by becoming partners with other similar companies. These joint ventures have resulted in more growth as well as resulted in more capability. Taiwan’s K&K Foods, America’s Amick Farms and the UK’s Moy Park Company have all worked exclusively with OSI Group.
In addition to that, there are a number of high-profile brands that work exclusively with OSI Group, including Yum, Burger King, Papa John’s Pizza, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Subway and Saizeriya. The sky is truly the limit with OSI or should I say that the limit is truly the sky.