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OSI Industries Pursuit To Greatness

OSI Industries is an industry in itself. This company has set the bar when it comes to the foodservice industry. Unlike other custom-food providers that only handles a certain amount of services, this company handles the entire process from start to finish. This would include processing, management, development and sourcing. OSI Industries was named as one America’s largest private companies. To add a bit of insult to injury, the company is spread out over 17 different countries. This includes the nations of Hungary, Poland, Canada, Ukraine, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom.

Whether you refer to calling the foods concept-to-table solutions or value added protein items, they are some of the tastiest food on earth. Many of today’s most popular retail franchises receive their food products from OSI Industries. Test kitchens, pilot plants and culinary innovation centers can all be found under this umbrella of success. This company represents culinary excellence in the most simple and to the most complex of forms. What type of foods can be found here? Lets have a closer look below.

In 2011, the company was ranked as the 136th biggest privately-held companies in America by Forbes, and it brought in an estimated $3 billion in revenue. Growth is the key to success and OSI Industries is no stranger in this department. In 2016, Forbes ranked it as the 58th biggest company in America, and it brought in an estimated $6.1 billion. The numbers are simply astounding in a sense. Over the past five years, OSI Industries has been the winner of the prestigious Globe of Honour Award three different times. This award goes to the top company that displays exemplary management of environment risks. Kelli Grimwood, OSI’s environmental manager, accepted the award at Drapers’ Hall. Everything is looking to be on the up-and-up for 2018 and OSI Industries will continue to push the boundaries in foodservice excellence.

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