The outstanding OSI Group Chairperson, David McDonald

David McDonald was born and bred on a farm in northeast Lowa. Later in 1987, he graduated from Lowa State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. Upon graduation, he began his work with OSI industries, Chicago, and worked through to become the CEO and chair of the company. Also, he serves as the head of American Meat Institute and Independent director Mafrig Global Foods from 2008.

McDonald continues to offer support towards sustainability of OSI Group LLC in a tremendous way. Given his main agenda is to utilize the available resources to change Lowa State, McDonald is very active when it comes Agricultural initiatives. Therefore, he has overseen the tailoring of 2016/2017 Global Sustainability report. By this, it keeps the company in a better position of viewing worldwide operations. The story breaks down the progress made by the organization by looking at its priority sectors, that is, regions of responsibility, environment and a reliable supply chain. Primary milestones are also included. What gives the CEO a push is the fact that he believes the organization has the mandate to carry out its operations in a sustainable manner.

In an attempt to give OSI a more significant presence in Europe, David McDonald steered the acquisition of Baho food. This is a Dutch Manufacturer of deli meats and snacks. They serve both the food service and retail sections. According to him, the merger would only mean that the company is meeting the needs of their consumers. It is pertinent to note that Baho food has five satellite companies in Germany and Netherlands. Those five organizations serve consumers in 18 countries. Baho food and OSI group was a smart move. This is because their growth has enhanced and a more comprehensive product portfolio has been realized.

OSI Group has become a leader when it comes to the provision of food globally. It supplies sausage links, sandwiches, and beef patties among others. It’s headquarters in Aurora, Illinois. It has yet to ma more than 50 amenities in 17 countries. McDonald’s contends that company is going to make more profits with its poultry business in the Chinese Market. The CEO says that with all the notable improvements the company has and is still making like its penetration into diverse markets is giving OSI Group a plus.

About the mantra that David counts on, it is indeed true that giving consumers adequate and quality products are not only based on production capacity but also product enhancement.

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