The Story Behind OSI Group McDonalds Processing Facilities

Today, OSI Group McDonalds has over 60 processing facilities to supply the chains of fast-food restaurant franchises worldwide. The history of McDonald’s restaurant goes back to 1940 when Founders Richard McDonald and Maurice McDonald opened their family-owned diner in California. It was 15 years later when Franchise Agent Ray Kroc used his expertise to expand McDonald’s restaurant in other parts of the United States. The relationship he built with Richard and Maurice resulted in him gaining ownership of the franchise and corporation. It was the beginning of forming a partnership with the OSI Group.

The story of OSI Group extends back to 1909 when the business was a small meat store ran by German-born Otto Kolschowshy. He ran the business for many years in Chicago, Illinois until he retired and his sons gained control of running the business. OSI had many names changes beginning in 1928 as Otto & Sons to OSI Industries in 1975, and last, to OSI Group in 2004. It was during the 1950s when OSI Group McDonalds business relationship formed into a long-term meat processing contract. To this date, the companies remain partners and work together for expansion in global markets.

OSI Group McDonalds first facility to process hamburger patties and fries opened it doors in 1973 in Illinois. The global meat processing company and the McDonald’s franchise reached the markets throughout the US, Europe, Spain, and other countries. Their partnership enabled OSI Group to explode into the largest North American private holding company. Since the joint venture, OSI gained other clients, including Starbucks, Burger King, Subway, and other fast-food restaurants.

OSI Group is a leader in providing quality and fresh foods and products to restaurants and retailers. The company built its reputation on setting standards for food safety and quality. Since the formation of OSI Group McDonalds contractual relationship, the global food supplier acquired hundreds of plants, warehouses, and farms. OSI increased it meat processor services to include sausages, chicken, fish, meatballs, pork, and steak. Gazette Day reported in an article that the company made Forbe’s List of Private Companies with sales over $6 billion.

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