OSI Food Solutions is a Food-Processing Company

OSI Food Solutions is a large, successful, and well-known food-processing company. Their headquarters is in Aurora, Illinois and they have a number of food-processing plants that are located in a number of states including Wisconsin, Iowa, Utah, Illinois, and California. Recently, the company acquired a food-processing plant in Chicago, Illinois, which was formerly a Tyson Foods plant. OSI is hoping that the new plant will help them continue to deliver high-quality food-processing services to their customers.

OSI Food Solutions is famous for delivering high-quality food-processing services to their numerous, well-known clients in the food industry. OSI processes many different types of food products. The food products that the company processes include pizza, hot dogs, fish products, bacon and pork products, as well as sausage patties, meatballs, and meatloaf. They also process fruit, vegetables, baked snacks, and beef products. Beef burgers and beefsteak are examples of the beef products that the company processes. Tomatoes, corn, lettuce, onions, and cucumbers are examples of some of the vegetables that the company processes.

OSI Food Solutions also has a lot of experience processing poultry products. Some of the poultry products that the company processes include poultry nuggets, and patties, as well as poultry strips and breaded poultry. Chili, flavored sausages, pepperoni, chicken fried steak, soups, pulled pork and chicken, beans, breads, and fresh dough are some of the other types of foods that OSI Food Solutions processes.

OSI Food Solutions works hard to try to hire employees who want to do high-quality work at their company. Many people find that working at the company benefits them and they find it enjoyable. When the Tyson Foods plant that the company recently purchased closed, the company hired some of the workers who used to work at the plant. The company tries to make their company a place where their employees can feel that their jobs are rewarding and challenging.

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