OSI Group Purchases Tyson Foods to Solidify Its Market Dominance

Every company aims at dominating in its respective line of business. Doing so is essential to safeguarding the lifespan of the enterprise, as well as maintaining an extensive client base. There are two ways of achieving this. The first involves providing high-quality products which force competitors out of business. The second involves buying competitors facing financial struggles. An Insight on OSI Group and their recent acquisition sheds light on the second principle.

The Aurora-based food enterprise has purchased Tyson Foods for a reported $7.4 million. Based in Chicago, Tyson Foods has faced several challenges in recent years.

The procuring entity has set aside the 200,000-square-foot-facility to provide additional support to the influx of workers. Such an infrastructure has been crucial in meeting the evolving needs of customers. In addition, OSI’s senior executive, Kevin Scott, has hailed the impact made by the new facility in the achievement of company goals.

Before the recent acquisition, Tyson Foods provided delicious meals for high-end clients at the South Side plant. It focused on meals such as meatballs, omelets, chicken cordon bleu, sauces and crepes. However, two of the company’s Chicago Facilities at 400 S. Jefferson St. & 3458 Kostner Avenue are still operational.

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About OSI Group

OSI is a global provider of food solutions worldwide. The enterprise focuses on processing a variety of foods such as bacon, breakfast sausages, cooked beef and pork, processed chicken, beef patties and dough-based products. Such sumptuous meals are served at various times such as breakfasts, desserts, lunches and side dishes. More importantly, their workers are highly trained to source fresh raw products and prepare tantalizing meals. OSI currently owns more than 60 branches spread across 16 nations.

The institution has adopted stringent guidelines to satisfy consumers. Such guidelines are implemented through the following subdivisions:

  • Global Supply Chain Management – OSI has pulled all the stops to strengthen its production standards and commercialization processes. An effective chain of command is vital in safeguarding the quality of raw materials from the source to the final destination.
  • Research & Development – the institution has hired a competent team of researchers that identifies new ingredients for use in preparation of meals.
  • Custom product capabilities – OSI has gone beyond the basics to prepare custom specialties for various types of foods.
  • Food Safety & Quality Assurance – the enterprise has adhered to stringent policies such as Animal Welfare and HACCP to meet safety standards.

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