OSI Food Solutions: Feeding the World

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OSI Food Solutions is one of the world’s largest, privately held food processing companies. Founded in the Chicago area in 1909 by Otto Kolschowsky, OSI began as a family-operated meat market and butcher shop and in 1955 became the first ground beef supplier for the world-famous McDonald’s. The company is committed to the values of relationships, continuous improvement, innovation, teamwork and integrity and offers food processing services for some of the world’s leading brands in the restaurant and food service industries.

In 2016, OSI Food Solutions acquired two European food companies: Baho Food, a Dutch food manufacturer specializing in deli meats and other quick-service food options and Flagship Europe, part of the Flagship Food Group, a food supplier specializing in providing product to UK food retailers. Both Baho Food’s and Flagship Europe’s offerings complement OSI’s extensive product portfolio and enable the company to obtain new clients and extend its reach into the European market. The British Safety Council awarded OSI Food Solutions the 2016 Globe of Honour.

In August 2018, OSI Food Solutions won 12 medals at the fourth annual 2018 World Steak Challenge hosted at the Magic Roundabout in London, including the prestigious gold medal for OSI Germany’s grain fed dry aged Angus ribeye.

OSI Food Solutions is an equal opportunity employer with over 20,000 employees working from facilities located in 17 countries: Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hungary, India, Japan, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States. The company seeks job applicants who will complement its diverse workforce and offers career opportunities to attract both recent graduates and seasoned professionals alike. OSI’s commitment to sustainable business practices is reflected in its concern for social, economic, and environmental frameworks and continuous efforts to improve its sustainability impact into the future.

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