For over 100 years OSI Industries has been processing food for customers, although for many of those years the company was known as Otto & Sons. At the start they processed food for local customers who stopped by Otto & Sons butcher shop and attached retail store. Several years after this company opened they started to also wholesale processed meat to other local retail locations. They now sell processed food to customers around the globe. OSI Industries sells customized processed food solutions. They partner with some of the world’s biggest food service and retail food stores who they supply with food that is made to their exact specifications. They have been expanding rapidly since 1978 and even more so in the past few years.
They recently expanded near their headquarters when they purchased a plant from Tyson Foods. This is a 200,000 facility that is near some of OSI Industries other plants. When they purchased this plant it strictly handled poultry but after they remodeled it the plant now processes other types of food as well. They also remodeled a plant they own in Spain in 2017. This included a number of improvements which resulted in their being able to process 24,000 tons of poultry there a year while before they were limited to 12,000 tons. In total, they can now process 45,000 tons of meat there each year. Other recent European expansions included buying three other companies in the industry which were Baho Food, Hyneck Schlachthof GmbH, and Flagship Europe (which is now named Creative Foods Europe).
OSI Industries is also expanding its Australian market. In May 2018 they formed a partnership between their Australian operations and that of another business, Turi Foods. The new company is called Turosi Pty Ltd. and it offers Australians a full range of customized processed food. Turosi now supplies food to every size of business ranging from small butcher shops to major grocery chains. When talking about this partnership the chairman of Turi Foods, Sam Cuteri, said that both companies have similar cultures, values, and reputations in the industry and he looked forward to working with OSI Industries going forward.