Impossible Foods Looks Towards OSI Group to Help Meet Increasing Demands

Illinois based OSI Group is famous for being a supplier of burger patties to McDonald’s for all over 60 years. But that isn’t the only identifier that the food processing company is known for.

Over its 100 years of operations, OSI Group has been able to expand its operations from being a small butcher shop to a multinational corporation by working with a slew of industrial clients. It is due to its working relationship with a number of these clients that the firm has been able to establish its presence in no less than 17 countries.

With over 65 facilities in these territories, OSI Group stands tall as one of the largest food processing companies in the world. Its focus on sustainability and its drive to innovate only enhances its stature in the eyes of industry professionals and consumers alike.

That is why, when one of Silicon Valley’s most sought after companies tapped OSI Group to help meets its production demands, it only seemed like a natural progression for the company.

For more information about OSI Group, view their organization at Crunchbase.

OSI Group Will Be Helping Impossible Foods Meet Increasing Demands

It was recently announced that Impossible Foods will be joining hands with OSI for the latter to produce its plant based protein patties.

According to details provided by the partners, OSI will receive infrastructural support from Impossible Foods to co-produce the company’s alternative meat patties, which will then be supplied to fast food chain Burger King.

This collaboration is meant to supplement Impossible Foods’ partnership with Burger King, where the fast food giant launched a meatless burger using Impossible Foods’ patties. Aptly titled the Impossible Whopper, the burger is created without any meat, but still tastes and looks like it’s made from animal protein.

Due to the way that it has been developed, the Impossible Whopper has become quite a sought after fast food option for those who want to eat healthier or do not want to consume meat during their day to day diet. Since the consumer demand has increased since Burger King tested the burger at select locations, Impossible Foods is projecting that the nationwide launch of the Impossible Whopper would only add to the burger’s popularity. That’s were OSI is playing a part in making sure that production demands are met without any compromise on quality.

Read: https://chicago.suntimes.com/business/2019/7/31/20748534/impossible-foods-osi-group-expand-production-plant-based-burgers

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