Living Upto a Name

OSI Group has been living up to its name for over 110 years and authentic service sells itself. Known throughout the meat-packing industry as a force to be reckoned with and an innovative power that has been noticed across every industry and active in 17 countries, it will take on a new role as it moves to become Impossible Foods signature co-producer for its high-standard all plant-based burger. In recent negotiations, the McDonalds Legendary Packer, OSI Group, made a co-agreement with Impossible Foods to produce the Impossible Burger inside its Chicago Plant, which is now manufacturing a production area specified and drawn out by Impossible Foods design specifications. There was no report from Impossible Foods that McDonalds would be carrying the Imposssible Burger in its restaurants.

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 Final Preparations Being Made

Once the production design is up and running it will allow Impossible Foods to send in its Impossible Burger production team to begin the manufacturing process. The Chicago plant is a state of the art high-security area secure from outside contamination. The Impossible Foods team will be required to wear special garments fit for its high anti-contamination production floor.

Halfway There

The halfway mark has been crossed in the ramping up to the international launch of the Impossible Burger. Impossible Foods is confident now with the advanced distribution network of OSI Group at its service to be able to meet all the Impossible Burger demands it has received from thousands of restaurants across the country.

Need for a Second Production Factory

The 68,000 manufacturing plant of Impossible Foods located in Oakland proved not to be large enough to handle the growing numbers of the consistently growing demand of the Impossible Burger. Also, many fast-food companies like Litle Caesar, White Castle and the great demand of Burger King for it’s near to roll out a campaign for the “Impossible Whopper, will surely double the latest number of requests already under production says a spokesperson for Impossible Foods.

Impossible Foods Recognition

Sheetal Shah, who joined Impossible Foods in May 2019, and is head of Product and Operations, replied to question lately about the new co-production agreement between Impossibile Foods and OSI by saying Impossible Foods is looking forward with the legendary producer and learning what it can from its history of innovation and excellence.

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