David McDonald earned his bachelor’s degree at the Iowa University between 1983 and 1987. He is one of the members of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. He serves as the chairman of the North America meat institute. David McDonald is also the administrator of the OSI group.
OSI Group is a global leader in supplying protein items like sausage links and beef parties. The company has its headquarters in Aurora III. They offer other products like pizza and sandwiches. The company is a clandestinely held corporation with 50 facilities in over 17 countries. The company continuously expands its status by purchasing other food companies that agree with the company’s values and goals. The company’s productivity was capped with the growth of new seven facilities for processing and production.
Dave McDonald emphasis that the company is eager to grow its capacity; by partnering with clients who have products that help grow the business and encourage the suppliers to help achieve increased sales. The partnership offers the consumers of OSI products more ways to get their demands met. The consumers have access to natural and organic foods as well as the option of select premium specialties vs. the affordable ones. The growth strategy of OSI enabled it to spread to 16 countries, offering consumers a fine blend of healthy and tasty products. David acknowledges, CEO Sheldon Lavin for pushing the energy to offer more food choices. With the purchase of flagship in Europe, the company provides resources to clients globally. The flagship includes a variety of products which include frozen poultry; pie sand witches fillings, dips, marinades, sauces, and dressing. The flagship further helps them establish a broader presence in the continent and compliments the processing strengths of OSI. OSI group operated in China for more than two decades. The company is the most significant provider of chicken in China. It entered into a joint venture with DOYOO group to create DaOSI which is the third vertically integrated poultry operation in China. Its clients in China include Starbucks, Yum and many more.
OSI recently acquired Baho Food, which is a food manufacturer of meats, snacks and convenience foods in Netherlands. The deal was subject to government approval, and it serves to broaden the company’s image in Europe. Baho developed seven subsidiaries in Netherlands and Germany with products such as; Q smart life, vital convenience, Henri van de Bilt and Bakx food. The company views its position as a global leader that runs a large scale operation but maintains local leaders who understand the local cultures tastes.
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