Imagine being at a barbecue and smelling flame broiled meat cooking. You take a bite, watch the burgers juices bleed through the patty and taste the savory flavors fill your entire mouth. Then you look over and see your vegan neighbor enjoying the same burger. As of August 2019, OSI Industries teaming up with Impossible Foods company to mass produce Impossible Burger, has made this fantasy a reality.
Impossible Burger, a soy protein-based meat, has grown in popularity since it’s debut. Restaurant franchises like White Castle, Qdoba, and Cheesecake Factory have jumped on the plant-burger bandwagon and have had great success. OSI Industries, known for an over sixty year meat distribution partnership with top burger franchise McDonalds, has joined forces to supply Burger King with Impossible Whoppers, debuting in dozens of Missouri restaurants. With the great customer feedback, Burger King expects to expand nationwide by late 2019, occupying 7,200 restaurants. See OSI Group Reviews at indeed.com
Impossible Burger is currently distributed to 10,000 restaurants globally since its introduction in 2016 and the demand is quickly increasing. Because the Compton-based plant-based protein company cannot meet the expansion requests and OSI Industries enjoys partnering with sustainable companies, this was the perfect business deal. Prior to the announcement, senior vice president Sheetal Shah issued a statement, saying “OSI has already installed equipment to make the Impossible Burger, and we’ll start seeing new capacity every week.”
Rival company Beyond Meat experienced a 500% sales increase in one quarter once implementing plant-based customer options. On the path to become a worthy competitor, OSI Industries and Impossible Burger, along with their $300 million dollar company scale-up fund, are looking to become one of the top protein distributors, selling in restaurants and in grocery stores. If profit margins go well enough, McDonalds may be next to join the soy-based burger club.
OSI Food Solutions is a uniquely American success story. Today, this company has over 20,000 employees in over 65 facilities. OSI operates in almost 20 countries around the globe. This is a far cry from its humble origins in Oak Park, Illinois.
OSI started off in 1909, as a meat market in a small town. Founder Otto Kolschowsky had arrived in the US from Germany just two years earlier. Later, Otto moved his business and family to the suburbs of Chicago. By 1928, the business was known as Otto & Sons. Over the decades, they developed a good reputation. Customers knew that Otto & Sons carried quality meats and meat products.
The business continued to grow over the decades. But in 1955, Otto & Sons made a fateful, game-changing decision. They agreed to partner with Ray Kroc, who had franchising rights to develop a chain that sold burgers and fries. That chain was McDonald’s. When the first one opened in Des Plaines, the beef patties came from Otto & Sons.
In 1973, Otto and Sons opened a plant designed to handle high volumes of meat. In 1975, the company officially changed its name to OSI Industries. The initials stand for Otto, Sons and Industries. Since the turn of the 21st century, OSI has continued to expand globally. Key partnerships have made it possible for OSI to expand into the Philippines and India. In 2002, OSI Food Solutions established a presence in Beijing.
As markets continue to develop and evolve around the world, OSI Food Solutions will be there to provide the local populace with high quality meat products. OSI still hews close to its roots. OSI’s Culinary Innovation Center in Aurora, Illinois produces high quality, value-added products that consumers love. OSI Food Solutions makes it a point to communicate with consumers and understand what their tastes are.
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OSI Group has reached the pinnacle of the food industry, and it has been striving for greatness ever since its birth back in 1909. The amount of high quality foods that this food provider produces in astounding, and the foods cover all of the major food groups. OSI Group was known as Otto’s Meat Market in the early days. Of course, the title comes from the name of its owner Otto Kolschowski. This German-immigrant played a key role in Chicago’s economic expansion along with other German-immigrants.
During those days, Chicago was known as the “City of Broad Shoulders.” OSI really became a huge success when the company finally went into a food wholesaler. OSI Group is very large in size as it basically consists of test kitchens, pilot plants and culinary innovation centers. In total, the company has up to 65 workingfacilities. Yes, this is 100 percent accurate, and the facilities are located all around the globe. OSI has also played a huge role China’s success. This nation has benefited directly from OSI Group because this famous food provider has up to 10 facilities here. OSI is the leading processor of pork in China today, and the company has conducted business here for over 20 years.
Joint ventures have also moved OSI up the food chain. Farms, warehouses and food processing plants play a key role in the company’s efficiency. This means that OSI’s clients can receive their foods much faster than the norm. Over 20,000 individuals work for OSI Group today, and these individuals earn a great living. Working conditions are fair, and there are opportunities for promotions on a regular basis. OSI has certainly laid a blueprint of success, but who knows exactly what this leading food supplier will have in store in the years to come.
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