OSI Industries, LLC. is a U.S. company the operates plants in Chicago, Geneva and West Chicago in Illinois, Oakland and Riverside, California, Iowa, West Jordan, Utah, Fort Atkinson and Wisconsin. Its products include private label brand foods. It also co-packs major brand name items for foodservice and retail clients. OSI has more than 50 facilities in 17 countries located in North America, the Asia-Pacific regions and Western and Eastern Europe. OSI’s products include bacon, hot dogs, pizza, meat patties, fish, pork, poultry, vegetable and dough.
Headquartered in Aurora, Illinois, David McDonald is OSI’s president and chief operating officer. OSI has operated in China for the past 20 years. Recently, OSI announced an agreement with China’s DOYOO Group to partner, forming a new company which will be called DaOSI. To date OSI provides products to China’s food service companies, Burger King, McDonalds, Subway, Yum, Starbucks, Papa John’s and Saizeriya. OSI supplied much of the food for the Beijing 2008 summer Olympics. They successfully supplied 113 tons of five kinds of products, beef, chicken, eggs, pork and dehydrated onion with zero complaints.
Mr. McDonald graduated from Iowa State University in 1987 with a Bachelor’s in Science degree in Activities and Societies. He has worked with the OSI Group for the last 30 years. In addition to his responsibilities at OSI, he also serves as Chairman of North American Meat Institute and he has been, since 2008, an Independent Director at Marfrig Global Foods S.A.
Under David McDonald’s leadership OSI has continued to grow. They fight to grow the organization and to make more of a difference and offer more to their customers. McDonald believes that this is accomplished by increasing their production capacity and putting more effort into product development. OSI Group treats customers as partners. Customers and their suppliers help direct OSI to the products they need to create to grow their business. Today’s consumer is demanding more sophisticated choices, such as natural and organic and premium versus affordable foods. Yet, these foods have to be healthy and tasty. One of their prime customers, McDonalds stated that the partnering helps give the consumers what they want and is a necessity for being a sustainable business. For more info about us: http://www.wattagnet.com/articles/27821-osi-group-acquires-dutch-company-baho-food click here.
Under the guidance of David McDonald, OSI Adds to their sustainability goals through its equipment manufacturers, who develop processes that improve food safety and quality. That often means developing improvements for machinery such as built-in X-ray equipment that detects foreign particles. He also insures OSI interacts with its agriculture suppliers who feed their livestock nutritious, danger-free foods and provide adequate housing and growth conditions.