OSI China Grows with Economy

CHINA - Global leading food-processing company, OSI China, celebrated 20 years in China in September. Since opening its first food processing operation in Beijing in 1992, when the company began to serve McDonald's with high-quality food, OSI China has grown with China's economy for 20 years.
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OSI Executive Vice President and CFO Bill Weimer said during the 20th anniversary ceremony: "China has made great achievements in the last two decades. We are honored to witness the progress that China has made. As an entrepreneurial company, OSI China has long-term commitment and confidence in the China market. We are hoping to grow together with China's economy."

OSI has been adhering to five core health values (safe, green, healthy, fresh and tasty) by enforcing stringent food safety regulations in every part of the production chain. From seeding and breeding, to harvest and slaughter, from producing and refrigerating to delivery and sales, OSI's strict food safety regulations ensure that only the freshest and healthiest foods are put on people's dining tables.

In 2008, when Beijing held the Olympic games, OSI China successfully supplied 113 tons of five kinds of products including beef, chicken, pork, eggs, and dehydrated onion. They received zero complaints, which was highly appreciated by McDonald's and the Beijing Olympic Committee. Since then, OSI China has been the supplier for lots of well-known brands like McDonald's, Starbucks, Saizeriya, Papa John's, Yum, Burger King and Subway.

"Our commitment in China is also reflected in social responsibility, supply chain or economic responsibility and environmental responsibility. OSI China will continue to provide for a quality lifestyle with safe and quality food," Mr Weimer added.

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