OSI Food Solutions One of America’s Top 100 Companies

OSI Food Solutions is one of America’s top 100 food companies. OSI has over a century of food service experience. Being one of the largest privately owned companies this allows OSI Food Solutions to provide resources to ensure consistent quality products. From meats to vegetables to baked goods there is no limit with OSI.

There are 65 facilities, 20,000 employees in 17 different countries with the same focus. OSI Food holds high standards for quality product. To achieve quality there are several food safety steps followed routinely. These food safety steps are followed through the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Systems and Global Food Safety Initiative certification. Employees at OSI Food are given proper safety and quality guidelines to follow daily. Four times a year a centralized complete audit takes place. OSI Food stays current with all food safety research and processing techniques.

OSI Food implements consistent quality for all innovative product. Everything is made to order to the customers exact specifications. OSI works with each customer to design and manufacture custom food products. OSI definitely has the experience to deliver superior products. To know more about the company click here.

Quality and Safety are two parts of the equation that has allowed the success of OSI Food. Along with the two extremely important facts, technology plays a huge part. OSI Food engineers work with leading equipment manufactures. This partnership allows cost effect products to be produced effectively. There are tracking systems implemented to ensure products reach there final destination without any hassle.

Quality, Safety, and consistency are the back bone for OSI Food Solutions. Being the worlds largest global supplier of food products OSI strives for perfection. OSI has expert product developers, and experienced chefs who provide incredible food around the globe. No question the OSI Food Solutions has been noted one of America’s top 100 food companies.

Reunited

Any professional who started their career in the late 90s, in the financial industry, and in New York City in particular, received a total and utter bath-by-fire by the end of the first decade of the new century. Tumultuous is an understatement and Jacob Gottlieb- Altium saw it all during these days. Largely working in the ridiculously frenetic pharmaceutical and biotech space during the late 90s and early 2000s, there were days when holding onto your hat would have hardly been enough to weather the storms.

Onward and upward he went, from that every-so-trying first years in the business, at Merlin BioMed Group, with the man who cofounded Merlin, and who would prove to be a thread throughout Mr. Gottlieb-Altium’s career, Stuart Weisbrod. Ivy educated at some of the best, including Columbia, Colgate and Princeton, Mr. Weisbrod made the very most of his opportunities in life, earning his PhD in biochemistry, a BA in chemistry and an MBA in finance from Columbia. These 3 degrees represent an amazing string of credentials that would comfortably carry most anyone, through their entire lives, never longing for a job.

Merlin would eventually cease to exist and Mr. Weisbrod would go on to create Iguana Healthcare Partners. Mr. Gottlieb-Altium went on, after Merlin, to found Visium Asset Management eventually growing a $300 million initial capital investment into an $8 billion hedge fund. Visium would see its eventual end and Mr. Gottlieb-Altium would take everything he learned over the years, moving right on to his next venture, creating his eponymous Altium Capital, which also marks the return of his professional focus largely to healthcare concerns.

One of the first investments involved that in the very promising Oramed Pharmaceuticals, which has an oral insulin capsule as one of their flagship products. This will revolutionize the delivery of insulin, sparing millions the task of injections, and will bring a lot more cash into Oramed for more research.

Nowadays, Mr. Gottlieb-Altium and Mr. Weisbrod find themselves back under the same roof, working on developing promising ventures together and celebrating the over 2 decades they spent apart, putting to use all they learned during that time. Someday this will be an even greater success story than it already is.