Building A Better Future In Foodservices: OSI Group

Value-added products can be found all over the globe and many of these products tend to come from one source. The people of this modern society and the economy goes hand-to-hand. People actually create the demand and when the demand is high, the economy’s status will show it. Whether you call them value-added products or concept-to-table solutions, these items are being consumed in high-amounts on a daily basis. OSI Group just so happen to be at the top of this distinct class. This phenomenal food provider has taken things to a whole new level. The company has plants in at least 17 different nations and there are more than 60 plants in totality.

OSI Group has a make-it-happen mentality. It uses top-notch technologies in all of its culinary-innovation centers. In all of the company’s test kitchens, there are over-qualified R&D specialists on deck. Every sector of business is being fully covered from head to toe. In just the past decade alone, OSI has been growing through an extreme growth phase. Its supply-food chain is extensive because it serves so many global locations. Lets take a look at some of OSI’s highlights.

• In 2010, the company built a beef production facility in Japan.

• In 2012, the company opened two more facilities in India.

• In 2013, the company took part in a joint-venture deal with Japan’s JC Comsa

• In 2103, the company added a high-production line at its Hungary plant.

• And more

When you look at the numbers on paper, you’ll surely be impressed, but this barely touches the surface. OSI Group is all about consolidation, diversification and expansion. The company has a huge presence in Europe thanks to taking part in numerous business acquisitions. OSI has acquired stake in the company that’s known as Flagship Europe. This company specialized in the production of marinades, sauces, dips and dressings. In 2017, Flagship Europe was rebranded by OSI Group as Creative Foods Europe. In 2016, OSI acquired stake in Tyson Foods as well as acquired stake in BAHO Food. All in all, there seems to be no slowing down in the future as OSI Group will surely continue to dominate the foodservice scene.


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