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OSI Restaurant Partners se voorsitter bedank

OSI Restaurant Partners se voorsitter bedank

Bill Allen bedank sy pos as voorsitter en lid van die raad van direkteure van OSI Restaurant Partners LLC, ouer van die Outback Steakhouse -ketting, op 1 Januarie, maar sal as konsultant bly om die onderneming te help om verkrygings- en beleggingsgeleenthede te vind.

In 'n aansoek by die Amerikaanse Securities and Exchange Commission verlede week het OSI gesê Allen, die voormalige uitvoerende hoof van die maatskappy, "het geen meningsverskil met die maatskappy uitgespreek oor die aangeleenthede rakende die bedrywighede, beleid of praktyke van die maatskappy nie" met sy bedanking uit die direksie .

In Augustus het Allen 'n konsultasie -ooreenkoms met OSI aangegaan om verkrygings- en beleggingsgeleenthede vir die onderneming aan te beveel, volgens die dokumente van die maatskappy.

Die maatskappy het nie gesê wie Allen as voorsitter kan opvolg of as direkteur sal beklee nie. Oproepe na OSI is nie teen druktyd teruggestuur nie.

Allen was van 2005 tot 2009 die uitvoerende hoof van die informele operateur, toe hy uittree om as voorsitter te dien. Gedurende sy jare aan die stuur het Allen die onderneming gelei deur 'n uitkoop van $ 3,2 miljoen deur private-ekwiteitsondernemings Bain Capital Partners LLC en Catterton Partners.

OSI Restaurant Partners in Tampa bedryf ook die Carrabba's Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar en Roy's Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine restaurant-handelsmerke.

Vir die derde kwartaal van die onderneming wat op 30 September geëindig het, het OSI dieselfde verkoopstygings vir alle handelsmerke gerapporteer, met Fleming 'n styging van 10,1 persent en 'n stelselmatige toename by Outback van 5,6 persent; Carrabba's, 6,3 persent en Bonefish, 7,4 persent.

Liz Smith, huidige uitvoerende hoof van OSI, het gesê dit is die sesde agtereenvolgende kwartaal van die onderneming met 'n positiewe groei in dieselfde verkoop.

"Ons het uitstekende vordering gemaak met die verbetering van prestasie in alle konsepte deur spyskaartinnovasie, diens en bemarking te verbeter, terwyl ons infrastruktuur vir toekomstige groei bou," het Smith in 'n verklaring gesê. "As ons na 2012 kyk, gaan ons voort met ons fokus op die transformasie van OSI in 'n onderneming vir volhoubare groei deur die verhoging van bestaande eenheidsverkope en deur die uitbreiding binnelands en internasionaal te versnel."

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Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel van vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor 'n paar dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die maatskappy sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China, beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

Die samesmelting van Turi Foods en OSI International Foods (Australië) in 2018 het Turosi Pty Ltd. tot stand gebring [23] In 2019 het OSI die vleismaatskappy Rose Packing Company in die Chicago -gebied vir 'n onbekende bedrag verkry. [24]

OSI Groep se fasiliteite het oor die jare toekennings ontvang, insluitend toekennings vir die bestuur van gesondheids- en veiligheidsrisiko's sowel as omgewingsbestuur. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011 noem Forbes dit as Amerika se 136de grootste private onderneming, gebaseer op 'n jaarlikse inkomste van $ 3 miljard. [31] In 2016 was OSI nommer 58 op die Forbes -lys van die grootste private ondernemings, met $ 6,1 miljard. [1] Die maatskappy se ranglys het effens afgeneem tot nommer 63 op die Forbes -lys in 2018. [32] Vir 2019 was die ranglys op nommer 66. [33] Die tydskrif Refrigerated & amp Frozen Foods noem OSI Group as die sesde grootste vleis-/pluimvee-/seekosverwerker in sy Top 150 -verslag oor Frozen Foods Processors in Maart 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market het OSI 'n toekenning vir uitnemende innovasie tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse toekenningsgeleentheid vir verskaffers in April 2019 oorhandig. [35]

OSI bedryf sy Amerikaanse aanlegte onder die naam OSI Industries, LLC. Die Amerikaanse aanlegte is geleë in Chicago (Racine en Ashland -fasiliteite), Genève en West Chicago in Illinois, asook Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin en Riverside, Kalifornië. Die onderneming vervaardig baie private handelsmerkvoedsel en verpak groot handelsmerkitems vir sy verskillende Foodservice- en kleinhandelklante. OSI Group het meer as 65 fasiliteite in 17 lande regoor die wêreld, geleë in Noord-Amerika, Wes- en Oos-Europa en die Asië-Stille Oseaan-streek. [36]

OSI se produkte sluit vleispasteitjies, spek, worsbroodjies, pizza, vis, vark, pluimvee, groente en deegprodukte in.

OSI Group was ook 'n vleisverskaffer vir ander westerse kitskoskettings in China, soos Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza en Pizza Hut (Julie 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods kondig 'n medevervaardigingsamewerking met OSI aan om die Impossible Burger in Julie 2019 te vervaardig, wat IF die vermoë bied om sy produksie op kort termyn te verdubbel en teen einde 2019 te verviervoudig. [38] [39]


Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel in vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor 'n paar dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die maatskappy sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

Die samesmelting van Turi Foods en OSI International Foods (Australië) in 2018 het Turosi Pty Ltd. tot stand gebring [23] In 2019 het OSI die vleismaatskappy Rose Packing Company in die Chicago -gebied vir 'n onbekende bedrag verkry. [24]

OSI Groep se fasiliteite het oor die jare toekennings ontvang, insluitend toekennings vir die bestuur van gesondheids- en veiligheidsrisiko's sowel as omgewingsbestuur. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011 noem Forbes dit as Amerika se 136de grootste private onderneming, gebaseer op 'n jaarlikse inkomste van $ 3 miljard. [31] In 2016 was OSI nommer 58 op die Forbes -lys van die grootste private ondernemings, met $ 6,1 miljard. [1] Die maatskappy se ranglys het effens afgeneem tot nommer 63 op die Forbes -lys in 2018. [32] Vir 2019 was die ranglys op #66. [33] Die tydskrif Refrigerated & amp Frozen Foods noem OSI Group as die sesde grootste vleis-/pluimvee-/seekosverwerker in sy Top 150 -verslag oor Frozen Foods Processors in Maart 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market het OSI 'n toekenning vir uitnemende innovasie tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse toekenningsgeleentheid vir verskaffers in April 2019 oorhandig. [35]

OSI bedryf sy Amerikaanse aanlegte onder die naam OSI Industries, LLC. Die Amerikaanse aanlegte is geleë in Chicago (Racine en Ashland -fasiliteite), Genève en West Chicago in Illinois, asook Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin en Riverside, Kalifornië. Die onderneming vervaardig baie private handelsmerkvoedsel en verpak groot handelsmerkitems vir sy verskillende Foodservice- en kleinhandelklante. OSI Group het meer as 65 fasiliteite in 17 lande regoor die wêreld, geleë in Noord-Amerika, Wes- en Oos-Europa en die Asië-Stille Oseaan-streek. [36]

OSI se produkte sluit vleispasteitjies, spek, worsbroodjies, pizza, vis, vark, pluimvee, groente en deegprodukte in.

OSI Group was ook 'n vleisverskaffer vir ander westerse kitskoskettings in China, soos Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza en Pizza Hut (Julie 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods kondig 'n medevervaardigingsamewerking met OSI aan om die Impossible Burger in Julie 2019 te vervaardig, wat IF die vermoë bied om sy produksie op kort termyn te verdubbel en teen einde 2019 te verviervoudig. [38] [39]


Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel in vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor 'n paar dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die maatskappy sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

Die samesmelting van Turi Foods en OSI International Foods (Australië) in 2018 het Turosi Pty Ltd. tot stand gebring [23] In 2019 het OSI die vleismaatskappy Rose Packing Company in die Chicago -gebied vir 'n onbekende bedrag verkry. [24]

OSI Groep se fasiliteite het oor die jare toekennings ontvang, insluitend toekennings vir die bestuur van gesondheids- en veiligheidsrisiko's sowel as omgewingsbestuur. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011 noem Forbes dit as Amerika se 136de grootste private maatskappy, gebaseer op 'n jaarlikse inkomste van $ 3 miljard. [31] In 2016 was OSI nommer 58 op die Forbes -lys van die grootste private ondernemings, met $ 6,1 miljard. [1] Die maatskappy se ranglys het effens afgeneem tot nommer 63 op die Forbes -lys in 2018. [32] Vir 2019 het sy posisie op 66 gestyg. [33] Die tydskrif Refrigerated & amp Frozen Foods noem OSI Group as die sesde grootste vleis-/pluimvee-/seekosverwerker in sy Top 150 -verslag oor Frozen Foods Processors in Maart 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market het OSI 'n toekenning vir uitnemende innovasie tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse toekenningsgeleentheid vir verskaffers in April 2019 oorhandig. [35]

OSI bedryf sy Amerikaanse aanlegte onder die naam OSI Industries, LLC. Die Amerikaanse aanlegte is geleë in Chicago (Racine en Ashland -fasiliteite), Genève en West Chicago in Illinois, asook Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin en Riverside, Kalifornië. Die onderneming vervaardig baie private handelsmerkvoedsel en verpak groot handelsmerkitems vir sy verskillende Foodservice- en kleinhandelklante. OSI Group het meer as 65 fasiliteite in 17 lande regoor die wêreld, geleë in Noord-Amerika, Wes- en Oos-Europa en die Asië-Stille Oseaan-streek. [36]

OSI se produkte sluit vleispasteitjies, spek, worsbroodjies, pizza, vis, vark, pluimvee, groente en deegprodukte in.

OSI Group was ook 'n vleisverskaffer vir ander westerse kitskoskettings in China, soos Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza en Pizza Hut (Julie 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods kondig 'n medevervaardigingsamewerking met OSI aan om die Impossible Burger in Julie 2019 te vervaardig, wat IF die vermoë bied om sy produksie op kort termyn te verdubbel en teen einde 2019 te verviervoudig. [38] [39]


Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel van vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor etlike dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die maatskappy sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China, beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

Die samesmelting van Turi Foods en OSI International Foods (Australië) in 2018 het Turosi Pty Ltd. tot stand gebring [23] In 2019 het OSI die vleismaatskappy Rose Packing Company in die Chicago -gebied vir 'n onbekende bedrag verkry. [24]

OSI Groep se fasiliteite het oor die jare toekennings ontvang, insluitend toekennings vir die bestuur van gesondheids- en veiligheidsrisiko's sowel as omgewingsbestuur. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011 noem Forbes dit as Amerika se 136de grootste private onderneming, gebaseer op 'n jaarlikse inkomste van $ 3 miljard. [31] In 2016 was OSI nommer 58 op die Forbes -lys van die grootste private ondernemings, met $ 6,1 miljard. [1] Die maatskappy se ranglys het effens afgeneem tot nommer 63 op die Forbes -lys in 2018. [32] Vir 2019 het sy posisie op 66 gestyg. [33] Die tydskrif Refrigerated & amp Frozen Foods noem OSI Group as die sesde grootste vleis-/pluimvee-/seekosverwerker in sy Top 150 -verslag oor Frozen Foods Processors in Maart 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market het OSI 'n toekenning vir uitnemende innovasie tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse toekenningsgeleentheid vir verskaffers in April 2019 oorhandig. [35]

OSI bedryf sy Amerikaanse aanlegte onder die naam OSI Industries, LLC. Die Amerikaanse aanlegte is geleë in Chicago (Racine en Ashland -fasiliteite), Genève en West Chicago in Illinois, asook Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin en Riverside, Kalifornië. Die onderneming vervaardig baie private handelsmerkvoedsel en verpak groot handelsmerkitems vir sy verskillende Foodservice- en kleinhandelklante. OSI Group het meer as 65 fasiliteite in 17 lande regoor die wêreld, geleë in Noord-Amerika, Wes- en Oos-Europa en die Asië-Stille Oseaan-streek. [36]

OSI se produkte sluit vleispasteitjies, spek, worsbroodjies, pizza, vis, vark, pluimvee, groente en deegprodukte in.

OSI Group was ook 'n vleisverskaffer vir ander westerse kitskoskettings in China, soos Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza en Pizza Hut (Julie 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods kondig 'n medevervaardigingsamewerking met OSI aan om die Impossible Burger in Julie 2019 te vervaardig, wat IF die vermoë bied om sy produksie op kort termyn te verdubbel en teen einde 2019 te verviervoudig. [38] [39]


Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel van vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor etlike dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die maatskappy sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

Die samesmelting van Turi Foods en OSI International Foods (Australië) in 2018 het Turosi Pty Ltd. tot stand gebring [23] In 2019 het OSI die vleismaatskappy Rose Packing Company in die Chicago -gebied vir 'n onbekende bedrag verkry. [24]

OSI Groep se fasiliteite het oor die jare toekennings ontvang, insluitend toekennings vir die bestuur van gesondheids- en veiligheidsrisiko's sowel as omgewingsbestuur. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011 noem Forbes dit as Amerika se 136de grootste private onderneming, gebaseer op 'n jaarlikse inkomste van $ 3 miljard. [31] In 2016 was OSI nommer 58 op die Forbes -lys van die grootste private ondernemings, met $ 6,1 miljard. [1] Die maatskappy se ranglys het effens afgeneem tot nommer 63 op die Forbes -lys in 2018. [32] Vir 2019 het sy posisie op 66 gestyg. [33] Die tydskrif Refrigerated & amp Frozen Foods noem OSI Group as die sesde grootste vleis-/pluimvee-/seekosverwerker in sy Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors -verslag in Maart 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market het OSI 'n toekenning vir uitnemende innovasie tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse toekenningsgeleentheid vir verskaffers in April 2019 oorhandig. [35]

OSI bedryf sy Amerikaanse aanlegte onder die naam OSI Industries, LLC. Die Amerikaanse aanlegte is geleë in Chicago (Racine en Ashland -fasiliteite), Genève en West Chicago in Illinois, asook Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin en Riverside, Kalifornië. Die onderneming vervaardig baie private handelsmerkvoedsel en verpak groot handelsmerkitems vir sy verskillende Foodservice- en kleinhandelklante. OSI Group het meer as 65 fasiliteite in 17 lande regoor die wêreld, geleë in Noord-Amerika, Wes- en Oos-Europa en die Asië-Stille Oseaan-streek. [36]

OSI se produkte sluit vleispasteitjies, spek, worsbroodjies, pizza, vis, vark, pluimvee, groente en deegprodukte in.

OSI Group was ook 'n vleisverskaffer vir ander westerse kitskoskettings in China, soos Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza en Pizza Hut (Julie 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods kondig 'n medevervaardigingsamewerking met OSI aan om die Impossible Burger in Julie 2019 te vervaardig, wat IF die vermoë bied om sy produksie op kort termyn te verdubbel en teen einde 2019 te verviervoudig. [38] [39]


Vroeë geskiedenis Redigeer

In 1909 het die Duitse immigrant Otto Kolschowsky twee jaar na sy aankoms in die Verenigde State 'n gesinsvleismark in Oak Park, Illinois [3] geopen. In 1917 brei hy uit na die groothandel in vleis en verhuis die onderneming na die nabygeleë Maywood, 'n ander voorstad in Chicago. Die onderneming het bekend gestaan ​​as Otto & Seuns in 1928. Oor 'n paar dekades het Otto & amp Sons 'n plaaslike reputasie gevestig vir die aanbied van vleis van hoë gehalte. [4] Harold en Gerry Kolschowsky, saam met Sheldon Lavin, was invloedryk in die uitbreiding van die onderneming tot wat dit vandag is.

In 1955 het Ray Kroc die eerste McDonald's -restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois, geopen met Otto & amp Sons as die verskaffer van vars gemaalde beesvleis. [5] [6] Toe Cryogenic voedselverwerking, 'n metode om vars voedsel te bewaar deur vloeibare stikstofvries, aan die einde van die 1960's na vore gekom het, aanvaar Otto & amp Sons Kroc se aanbod om een ​​van McDonald's se vier vleisverskaffers te word. Later is 'n vyfde verskaffer bygevoeg. [4]

In 1973 het Otto & amp Sons sy eerste vleisaanleg met 'n groot volume in Wes-Chicago geopen met spesiaal ontwikkelde patty-vormende masjiene en vriesstunnels met vloeibare stikstof. Terselfdertyd vorm dit 'n aparte eenheid genaamd Glenmark vir alle nie-McDonald's-ondernemings. In 1975 verander die onderneming sy naam na OSI Industries. Glenmark is later in 2011 deur Best Chicago Meat Co. verkry. [7]

Uitbreiding Redigeer

In 1990 werk OSI saam met General Milling Corporation en Alaska Milk Corporation om GenOSI, 'n Filippynse voedselverwerkingsmaatskappy, te stig. [8] In 2002 is OSI China in Beijing gestig. [3] [9] In 1995 betree OSI die Indiese mark met die oprigting van sy filiaal, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI het die hoendermaatskappy Moy Park in 1996 verkry. Moy Park is later in 2008 aan Marfrig Group verkoop. [11] [12]

OSI verkry G W Padley Poultry en Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006 het OSI die pluimveeverwerker Amick Farms verkry. [13] In 2009 het OSI Weihai Poultry Development Co gestig as 'n volfiliaal in China. [14]

In 2011 het die onderneming 'n Culinary Innovation Center by sy hoofkwartier in Aurora, Illinois, geopen. [15] In 2013 het OSI DaOSI in samewerking met Doyoo Group gestig. [16]

In Julie 2014 is 'n fabriek van die OSI Group in Sjanghai, China, beveel om die produksie deur die plaaslike regering te beëindig omdat hulle na bewering vleis wat verval het, verkoop het aan internasionale kitskoskettings, waaronder McDonald's en KFC. [17] In Februarie 2016, na die terugkeer van 'n ongunstige uitspraak in die saak teen die maatskappy in die Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, het OSI in 'n verklaring gesê dat 'die hof' 'n onregverdige uitspraak bereik het 'waarin beweer word dat' algemene media het die uitspraak duidelik beïnvloed. ” [18]

In 2016 het OSI die voormalige Tyson Foods -fabriek in Chicago vir $ 7,4 miljoen verkry. [19] OSI verkry ook 'n beherende belang in die Nederlandse maatskappy Baho Food in Augustus 2016. [20] In Desember het OSI Flagship Europe van die Flagship Food Group verkry. [21] In 2018 is Flagship Europe herdoop tot Creative Foods Europe. [22]

The merger of Turi Foods and OSI International Foods (Australia) in 2018 created Turosi Pty Ltd. [23] In 2019, OSI acquired Chicago area meat company Rose Packing Company for an undisclosed amount. [24]

OSI Group facilities have received awards over the years, including awards for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011, Forbes listed it as America's 136th largest private company, based on annual revenues of $3 billion. [31] In 2016, OSI was #58 on the Forbes list of largest private companies, at $6.1 billion. [1] The company's rank slipped slightly to #63 on the Forbes list in 2018. [32] For 2019, its rank came in at #66. [33] Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine listed OSI Group as the sixth largest Meat/Poultry/Seafood processor in its Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors Report in March 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market presented OSI with an award for Outstanding Innovation at the company's annual Supplier Awards ceremony in April 2019. [35]

OSI operates its U.S. plants under the name OSI Industries, LLC. The U.S. plants are located in Chicago (Racine and Ashland facilities), Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, as well as Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Riverside, California. The company produces many private label brand foods and co-packs major brand name items for its various Foodservice and Retail customers. OSI Group has more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, located in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. [36]

OSI's products include meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products.

OSI Group has also been a meat supplier to other western fast food chains in China, such as Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza, and Pizza Hut (July 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods announced a co-manufacturing collaboration with OSI to produce the Impossible Burger in July 2019, providing IF with capacity to double its production in the near term, and quadruple it by the end of 2019. [38] [39]


Early history Edit

In 1909, German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky opened a family meat market in Oak Park, Illinois [3] two years after his arrival in the United States. In 1917, he expanded into the wholesale meat trade and relocated the business to nearby Maywood, another Chicago suburb. The company became known as Otto & Sons in 1928. Over several decades, Otto & Sons established a local reputation for offering quality meats. [4] Harold and Gerry Kolschowsky, along with Sheldon Lavin, were influential in expanding the company to what it is today.

In 1955, Ray Kroc opened the first McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois with Otto & Sons as the supplier of fresh ground beef patties. [5] [6] When Cryogenic food processing, a method of preserving fresh food through liquid nitrogen freezing, emerged in the late 1960s, Otto & Sons accepted Kroc's offer to become one of McDonald's four meat suppliers. Later, a fifth supplier was added. [4]

In 1973, Otto & Sons opened its first high-volume meat plant in West Chicago with specially developed patty-forming machines and liquid nitrogen freezing tunnels. At the same time, it formed a separate unit called Glenmark, for all non-McDonald's business. In 1975, the company changed its name to OSI Industries. Glenmark was later acquired by Best Chicago Meat Co. in 2011. [7]

Expansion Edit

In 1990, OSI partnered with General Milling Corporation and Alaska Milk Corporation to establish GenOSI, a Philippines food processing company. [8] In 2002, OSI China was established in Beijing. [3] [9] In 1995, OSI entered the India market with the creation of its subsidiary, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI acquired chicken company Moy Park in 1996. Moy Park was later sold to Marfrig Group in 2008. [11] [12]

OSI acquired G W Padley Poultry and Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006, OSI acquired poultry processor Amick Farms. [13] In 2009, OSI established Weihai Poultry Development Co. as a wholly owned subsidiary in China. [14]

In 2011, the company opened a Culinary Innovation Center at its headquarters in Aurora, Illinois. [15] In 2013, OSI established DaOSI in collaboration with Doyoo Group. [16]

In July 2014, a factory of OSI Group in Shanghai, China was ordered to shut down production by local government for allegedly selling expired meat to international fast food chains including McDonald's and KFC. [17] In February 2016, following the return of an unfavorable verdict in the case against the company in the Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, OSI said in a statement that "the court of jurisdiction has reached an unjust verdict" claiming that "general media clearly influenced the verdict." [18]

In 2016, OSI acquired the former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago for $7.4 million. [19] OSI also acquired a controlling stake in the Dutch company Baho Food in August 2016. [20] That December, OSI acquired Flagship Europe from the Flagship Food Group. [21] In 2018, Flagship Europe was renamed Creative Foods Europe. [22]

The merger of Turi Foods and OSI International Foods (Australia) in 2018 created Turosi Pty Ltd. [23] In 2019, OSI acquired Chicago area meat company Rose Packing Company for an undisclosed amount. [24]

OSI Group facilities have received awards over the years, including awards for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011, Forbes listed it as America's 136th largest private company, based on annual revenues of $3 billion. [31] In 2016, OSI was #58 on the Forbes list of largest private companies, at $6.1 billion. [1] The company's rank slipped slightly to #63 on the Forbes list in 2018. [32] For 2019, its rank came in at #66. [33] Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine listed OSI Group as the sixth largest Meat/Poultry/Seafood processor in its Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors Report in March 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market presented OSI with an award for Outstanding Innovation at the company's annual Supplier Awards ceremony in April 2019. [35]

OSI operates its U.S. plants under the name OSI Industries, LLC. The U.S. plants are located in Chicago (Racine and Ashland facilities), Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, as well as Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Riverside, California. The company produces many private label brand foods and co-packs major brand name items for its various Foodservice and Retail customers. OSI Group has more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, located in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. [36]

OSI's products include meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products.

OSI Group has also been a meat supplier to other western fast food chains in China, such as Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza, and Pizza Hut (July 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods announced a co-manufacturing collaboration with OSI to produce the Impossible Burger in July 2019, providing IF with capacity to double its production in the near term, and quadruple it by the end of 2019. [38] [39]


Early history Edit

In 1909, German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky opened a family meat market in Oak Park, Illinois [3] two years after his arrival in the United States. In 1917, he expanded into the wholesale meat trade and relocated the business to nearby Maywood, another Chicago suburb. The company became known as Otto & Sons in 1928. Over several decades, Otto & Sons established a local reputation for offering quality meats. [4] Harold and Gerry Kolschowsky, along with Sheldon Lavin, were influential in expanding the company to what it is today.

In 1955, Ray Kroc opened the first McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois with Otto & Sons as the supplier of fresh ground beef patties. [5] [6] When Cryogenic food processing, a method of preserving fresh food through liquid nitrogen freezing, emerged in the late 1960s, Otto & Sons accepted Kroc's offer to become one of McDonald's four meat suppliers. Later, a fifth supplier was added. [4]

In 1973, Otto & Sons opened its first high-volume meat plant in West Chicago with specially developed patty-forming machines and liquid nitrogen freezing tunnels. At the same time, it formed a separate unit called Glenmark, for all non-McDonald's business. In 1975, the company changed its name to OSI Industries. Glenmark was later acquired by Best Chicago Meat Co. in 2011. [7]

Expansion Edit

In 1990, OSI partnered with General Milling Corporation and Alaska Milk Corporation to establish GenOSI, a Philippines food processing company. [8] In 2002, OSI China was established in Beijing. [3] [9] In 1995, OSI entered the India market with the creation of its subsidiary, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI acquired chicken company Moy Park in 1996. Moy Park was later sold to Marfrig Group in 2008. [11] [12]

OSI acquired G W Padley Poultry and Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006, OSI acquired poultry processor Amick Farms. [13] In 2009, OSI established Weihai Poultry Development Co. as a wholly owned subsidiary in China. [14]

In 2011, the company opened a Culinary Innovation Center at its headquarters in Aurora, Illinois. [15] In 2013, OSI established DaOSI in collaboration with Doyoo Group. [16]

In July 2014, a factory of OSI Group in Shanghai, China was ordered to shut down production by local government for allegedly selling expired meat to international fast food chains including McDonald's and KFC. [17] In February 2016, following the return of an unfavorable verdict in the case against the company in the Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, OSI said in a statement that "the court of jurisdiction has reached an unjust verdict" claiming that "general media clearly influenced the verdict." [18]

In 2016, OSI acquired the former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago for $7.4 million. [19] OSI also acquired a controlling stake in the Dutch company Baho Food in August 2016. [20] That December, OSI acquired Flagship Europe from the Flagship Food Group. [21] In 2018, Flagship Europe was renamed Creative Foods Europe. [22]

The merger of Turi Foods and OSI International Foods (Australia) in 2018 created Turosi Pty Ltd. [23] In 2019, OSI acquired Chicago area meat company Rose Packing Company for an undisclosed amount. [24]

OSI Group facilities have received awards over the years, including awards for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011, Forbes listed it as America's 136th largest private company, based on annual revenues of $3 billion. [31] In 2016, OSI was #58 on the Forbes list of largest private companies, at $6.1 billion. [1] The company's rank slipped slightly to #63 on the Forbes list in 2018. [32] For 2019, its rank came in at #66. [33] Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine listed OSI Group as the sixth largest Meat/Poultry/Seafood processor in its Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors Report in March 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market presented OSI with an award for Outstanding Innovation at the company's annual Supplier Awards ceremony in April 2019. [35]

OSI operates its U.S. plants under the name OSI Industries, LLC. The U.S. plants are located in Chicago (Racine and Ashland facilities), Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, as well as Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Riverside, California. The company produces many private label brand foods and co-packs major brand name items for its various Foodservice and Retail customers. OSI Group has more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, located in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. [36]

OSI's products include meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products.

OSI Group has also been a meat supplier to other western fast food chains in China, such as Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza, and Pizza Hut (July 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods announced a co-manufacturing collaboration with OSI to produce the Impossible Burger in July 2019, providing IF with capacity to double its production in the near term, and quadruple it by the end of 2019. [38] [39]


Early history Edit

In 1909, German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky opened a family meat market in Oak Park, Illinois [3] two years after his arrival in the United States. In 1917, he expanded into the wholesale meat trade and relocated the business to nearby Maywood, another Chicago suburb. The company became known as Otto & Sons in 1928. Over several decades, Otto & Sons established a local reputation for offering quality meats. [4] Harold and Gerry Kolschowsky, along with Sheldon Lavin, were influential in expanding the company to what it is today.

In 1955, Ray Kroc opened the first McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois with Otto & Sons as the supplier of fresh ground beef patties. [5] [6] When Cryogenic food processing, a method of preserving fresh food through liquid nitrogen freezing, emerged in the late 1960s, Otto & Sons accepted Kroc's offer to become one of McDonald's four meat suppliers. Later, a fifth supplier was added. [4]

In 1973, Otto & Sons opened its first high-volume meat plant in West Chicago with specially developed patty-forming machines and liquid nitrogen freezing tunnels. At the same time, it formed a separate unit called Glenmark, for all non-McDonald's business. In 1975, the company changed its name to OSI Industries. Glenmark was later acquired by Best Chicago Meat Co. in 2011. [7]

Expansion Edit

In 1990, OSI partnered with General Milling Corporation and Alaska Milk Corporation to establish GenOSI, a Philippines food processing company. [8] In 2002, OSI China was established in Beijing. [3] [9] In 1995, OSI entered the India market with the creation of its subsidiary, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI acquired chicken company Moy Park in 1996. Moy Park was later sold to Marfrig Group in 2008. [11] [12]

OSI acquired G W Padley Poultry and Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006, OSI acquired poultry processor Amick Farms. [13] In 2009, OSI established Weihai Poultry Development Co. as a wholly owned subsidiary in China. [14]

In 2011, the company opened a Culinary Innovation Center at its headquarters in Aurora, Illinois. [15] In 2013, OSI established DaOSI in collaboration with Doyoo Group. [16]

In July 2014, a factory of OSI Group in Shanghai, China was ordered to shut down production by local government for allegedly selling expired meat to international fast food chains including McDonald's and KFC. [17] In February 2016, following the return of an unfavorable verdict in the case against the company in the Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, OSI said in a statement that "the court of jurisdiction has reached an unjust verdict" claiming that "general media clearly influenced the verdict." [18]

In 2016, OSI acquired the former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago for $7.4 million. [19] OSI also acquired a controlling stake in the Dutch company Baho Food in August 2016. [20] That December, OSI acquired Flagship Europe from the Flagship Food Group. [21] In 2018, Flagship Europe was renamed Creative Foods Europe. [22]

The merger of Turi Foods and OSI International Foods (Australia) in 2018 created Turosi Pty Ltd. [23] In 2019, OSI acquired Chicago area meat company Rose Packing Company for an undisclosed amount. [24]

OSI Group facilities have received awards over the years, including awards for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011, Forbes listed it as America's 136th largest private company, based on annual revenues of $3 billion. [31] In 2016, OSI was #58 on the Forbes list of largest private companies, at $6.1 billion. [1] The company's rank slipped slightly to #63 on the Forbes list in 2018. [32] For 2019, its rank came in at #66. [33] Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine listed OSI Group as the sixth largest Meat/Poultry/Seafood processor in its Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors Report in March 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market presented OSI with an award for Outstanding Innovation at the company's annual Supplier Awards ceremony in April 2019. [35]

OSI operates its U.S. plants under the name OSI Industries, LLC. The U.S. plants are located in Chicago (Racine and Ashland facilities), Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, as well as Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Riverside, California. The company produces many private label brand foods and co-packs major brand name items for its various Foodservice and Retail customers. OSI Group has more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, located in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. [36]

OSI's products include meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products.

OSI Group has also been a meat supplier to other western fast food chains in China, such as Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza, and Pizza Hut (July 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods announced a co-manufacturing collaboration with OSI to produce the Impossible Burger in July 2019, providing IF with capacity to double its production in the near term, and quadruple it by the end of 2019. [38] [39]


Early history Edit

In 1909, German immigrant Otto Kolschowsky opened a family meat market in Oak Park, Illinois [3] two years after his arrival in the United States. In 1917, he expanded into the wholesale meat trade and relocated the business to nearby Maywood, another Chicago suburb. The company became known as Otto & Sons in 1928. Over several decades, Otto & Sons established a local reputation for offering quality meats. [4] Harold and Gerry Kolschowsky, along with Sheldon Lavin, were influential in expanding the company to what it is today.

In 1955, Ray Kroc opened the first McDonald's restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois with Otto & Sons as the supplier of fresh ground beef patties. [5] [6] When Cryogenic food processing, a method of preserving fresh food through liquid nitrogen freezing, emerged in the late 1960s, Otto & Sons accepted Kroc's offer to become one of McDonald's four meat suppliers. Later, a fifth supplier was added. [4]

In 1973, Otto & Sons opened its first high-volume meat plant in West Chicago with specially developed patty-forming machines and liquid nitrogen freezing tunnels. At the same time, it formed a separate unit called Glenmark, for all non-McDonald's business. In 1975, the company changed its name to OSI Industries. Glenmark was later acquired by Best Chicago Meat Co. in 2011. [7]

Expansion Edit

In 1990, OSI partnered with General Milling Corporation and Alaska Milk Corporation to establish GenOSI, a Philippines food processing company. [8] In 2002, OSI China was established in Beijing. [3] [9] In 1995, OSI entered the India market with the creation of its subsidiary, Vista Processed Foods. [10]

OSI acquired chicken company Moy Park in 1996. Moy Park was later sold to Marfrig Group in 2008. [11] [12]

OSI acquired G W Padley Poultry and Dove Valley in 2004. [11] In 2006, OSI acquired poultry processor Amick Farms. [13] In 2009, OSI established Weihai Poultry Development Co. as a wholly owned subsidiary in China. [14]

In 2011, the company opened a Culinary Innovation Center at its headquarters in Aurora, Illinois. [15] In 2013, OSI established DaOSI in collaboration with Doyoo Group. [16]

In July 2014, a factory of OSI Group in Shanghai, China was ordered to shut down production by local government for allegedly selling expired meat to international fast food chains including McDonald's and KFC. [17] In February 2016, following the return of an unfavorable verdict in the case against the company in the Jiading District People's Court in Shanghai, OSI said in a statement that "the court of jurisdiction has reached an unjust verdict" claiming that "general media clearly influenced the verdict." [18]

In 2016, OSI acquired the former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago for $7.4 million. [19] OSI also acquired a controlling stake in the Dutch company Baho Food in August 2016. [20] That December, OSI acquired Flagship Europe from the Flagship Food Group. [21] In 2018, Flagship Europe was renamed Creative Foods Europe. [22]

The merger of Turi Foods and OSI International Foods (Australia) in 2018 created Turosi Pty Ltd. [23] In 2019, OSI acquired Chicago area meat company Rose Packing Company for an undisclosed amount. [24]

OSI Group facilities have received awards over the years, including awards for management of health and safety risks as well as environmental management. [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30]

In 2011, Forbes listed it as America's 136th largest private company, based on annual revenues of $3 billion. [31] In 2016, OSI was #58 on the Forbes list of largest private companies, at $6.1 billion. [1] The company's rank slipped slightly to #63 on the Forbes list in 2018. [32] For 2019, its rank came in at #66. [33] Refrigerated & Frozen Foods magazine listed OSI Group as the sixth largest Meat/Poultry/Seafood processor in its Top 150 Frozen Foods Processors Report in March 2019. [34]

Whole Foods Market presented OSI with an award for Outstanding Innovation at the company's annual Supplier Awards ceremony in April 2019. [35]

OSI operates its U.S. plants under the name OSI Industries, LLC. The U.S. plants are located in Chicago (Racine and Ashland facilities), Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, as well as Oakland, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and Riverside, California. The company produces many private label brand foods and co-packs major brand name items for its various Foodservice and Retail customers. OSI Group has more than 65 facilities in 17 countries around the world, located in North America, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region. [36]

OSI's products include meat patties, bacon, hot dogs, pizza, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough products.

OSI Group has also been a meat supplier to other western fast food chains in China, such as Subway, Starbucks, Papa John's Pizza, and Pizza Hut (July 2014). [37]

Impossible Foods announced a co-manufacturing collaboration with OSI to produce the Impossible Burger in July 2019, providing IF with capacity to double its production in the near term, and quadruple it by the end of 2019. [38] [39]


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