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OSI Food Solutions Expansion Measures

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OSI Food Solutions is the leading producer of processed foods in the world. This company is known for always striving to meet the needs of the industry. Under the current leadership of CEO Sheldon Lavin, he is making sure that this company grows into a leading company. He has led it since 1975, and the transformation it has gone through is major.

OSI is now a leading business in the United States. The Forbes ranks it at number #58 out of the top 100 private companies in the United States. It is valued at $6 billion. Apart from that, this company has employed over 200,000 workers.

OSI Food Solutions has been in the food business for almost a century. Those who have been in the industry will tell you that it has taken one century to build this company. It started in 1909 as a butcher shop, and over time it kept on growing until it became the leading company in the world. OSI has been taking measures to keep the company running smoothly over the past couple of years. It has taken its expansion work seriously, and as a result, it has seen its operations grow to 17 countries.

One of the locations where this company is doing everything possible to grow its operations in Europe. It has tried a number of measures to penetrate the market, and it now seems like it is paying off. Acquisition of Baho Foods and Flagship Europe has given the company the much-needed entry into the market. The two companies are established food companies in the region, but they are not near the capacity of the OSI Food Solutions. They will partner with OSI to grow their respective businesses. OSI is looking at a possibility of bringing in mutual benefit to all the partners.

OSI Food Solutions has also doubled the production capacity of chicken products from their facility in Spain. In the past few decades, there has been an increase in consumption of chicken products in Europe and therefore moved in to increase the supply to meet the demand.