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Q&A with Dave McDonald, President & COO, OSI Group

December 10, 2012
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Global leading food-processing company OSI Group celebrated 20 years in China on September 12, 2012. Since opening its first food processing operation in Beijing in 1992, when the company began to serve McDonald’s with food, OSI has grown with China’s economy for 20 years.

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. The company received zero complaints, which was highly appreciated by McDonald’s and the Beijing Olympic Committee. Since then, OSI China has been the supplier for many well-known brands including McDonald’s, Starbucks, Saizeriya, Papa John’s, Yum, Burger King and Subway.

Read Editor Andy Hanacek's article featuring a survey of OSI China facilities.

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