OSI Group Continues High Level Food Service

OSI Group is a leader among global food service providers. They have a worldwide reach which encompasses multiple continents and continues to grow. The have an environmental sensitivity which is equaled by few others, and they are employee-driven in which energy and initiative are applauded and rewarded.

They are able to assist customers with all phases of food processing including the development of new concept dishes. They have a wealth of talent among all levels of production and continue to provide excellent opportunities for employees to develop latent skills and talents.

OSI Group is led by their Chairman and CEO, Sheldon Lavin. He has played a crucial role in OSI’s development. Early on he saw the potential of the McDonald’s business model and became one of their suppliers in the Midwest. They have continued their steady pattern of growth ever since, led by Lavin and his vision. He saw the possibilities and was instrumental in transforming OSI Industries from a regional food service company into a corporate giant stretching across the globe. There are reasons why a company can scale such heights and two of them pertaining to OSI are quality and conscientiousness.

One example of this is their recent Globe of Honour Award for 2016. This honor was awarded by the British Safety Council and recognized OSI Group for the exemplary management of environmental risks. This entails excellent environmental management from the workroom floor to the corporate offices. It also illustrates OSI’s equal weighting of environmental concerns with safety and health.

The recent acquisition of the Flagship Europe Food Group allows OSI to strengthen their ability to provide quality food processing to the UK. It also allows OSI Group to broaden their presence in Europe. The Flagship purchase also complements and adds to OSI’s current capabilities, particularly in the food-to-go segment.

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