For the people who lived in the Midwest region of the United States throughout the 1900s, there was a small meat market that provided some of the best high-quality meats. At this moment in time, life was a bit more simple and competition wasn’t as fierce. A German-immigrant by the name of Otto Kolschowki implemented a strategy that would go on to manifest into worldwide dominance. Otto &Sons, a family meat market, was locally owned and operated. This small company put Oak Park, Illinois, on the map, but things would change when the company jumped into wholesale meat trading.
Wholesale meat trading was where the big boys played, but Otto & Sons already had a great game-plan. The company used some of the freshest meats in the area, it provided great customer service, and it delivered each and every time on its orders. As the company began to earn larger amounts of capital, it would move its headquarters to Maywood, Illinois. Hamburger restaurants were on the rise during this time, and McDonald’s was steadily climbing the ranks. This hamburger-chain worked exclusively with Otto & Sons during and after the cryogenics revolution of the 1960s. As word began to get around, this Midwestern American meat supplier started conducting business with many other popular restaurants. As the years past, this company worked exclusively with brands such as Pizza Hut, Subway, Starbucks, Yum, Papa John’s Pizza and many more.
As of today, Otto & Sons is now OSI Industries, and it has taken over professional food services. Whether it’s the ordering of standard foods, or it’s the creation of custom foods, this company sits at the top of the apex. OSI Industries demonstrates excellence to the highest degree, and it has a resume that will backup all claims.
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