The owner, CEO, and chairman of OSI Group, LLC, Sheldon Lavin, says that he spent several years in the financing industry after having graduated from college where he majored in accounting and finance. He was a consultant who helped businesses with financial needs such as obtaining business loans. He made a mid-career switch to the food industry, though, which resulted in him eventually becoming a billionaire.
It was through helping the Kolschowsky family get a loan that he first became familiar with OSI Group(at the time called Otto & Sons). They needed money to build their first meat processing plant so that they could be one of just four suppliers of beef for McDonald’s. He found a company willing to lend them the money and this established a good relationship between Sheldon Lavin and the Kolschowsky’s.
A few years later this family approached him about becoming a co-owner of OSI Group as well as their CEO and chairman. He accepted the offer because he figured his business background would prove to be useful in the food industry. He says that right from the very beginning he wanted to grow OSI Group into one of the premier global food processing ventures, and lacrosse camp Shldon Lavin.
Because of Sheldon Lavin’s passion, drive, and leadership, OSI Group is now a global concern which is physically located in 17 nations. They have more than 70 facilities including in nations such as China, the United Kingdom, Spain, India, Holland, Germany, and of course the United States. Most of what the process is protein such as chicken, beef, and pork. They also make some baked goods, vegetable products, and sauces for their clients as well, and https://discoverorg.com/directory/person/Sheldon-Lavin/6838744.
OSI Group delivers its processed food through a global supply chain. Their customers are foodservice businesses and large grocery store chains which contract with OSI Group to supply them with their store-branded frozen products. Sheldon Lavin places the highest priorities on food safety, animal welfare, and environmental responsibility.
Sheldon Lavin is also a philanthropist who has given millions away to various nonprofits. A favorite of his is the Ronald McDonald House Foundation. This nonprofit provides the families of seriously ill kids a place to stay near the children’s hospital their child is in. Many other nonprofits have received checks from him over the years such as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the United Negro College Fund, and the Inner City Foundation of Chicago, and read full article.