David McDonald Promises to Bring Innovation to the Industry with OSI Group

David McDonald, the President of OSI Group, recently spearheaded his company into another merger. Turi Foods and OSI International Foods have official merged. These Australian operations have come together to form a new company called Turosi Pty Ltd. After the merger announcement, the Chairman of Turi Foods chimed in, expressing his satisfaction with the deal. “A shared ownership will enable the organization, whose cultures are similar, to share their expertise to build a world-class food solutions group,” said Sam Cuteri, the chairman of Turi Foods. David McDonald, the President of OSI Group, also shared his thoughts on the merger. “With the merger between OSI and Turi, we see tremendous potential to serve our customers in new, innovative ways,” said David McDonald.

In total, five plants are now operational in Australia under the new company name.

About OSI Group

OSI Group, formally Otto & Sons, was created originally as a small butcher shop in Illinois. Thanks to great business decisions over the years, OSI Group has expanded to an international company. The first big partnership between OSI Group was with McDonald’s. This partnership played a major role in the expansion of the company, enabling them to venture out of Illinois and eventually across national borders.

OSI Group is now a worldwide distributor of meat and food products, operating in several countries including the United States and Australia. David McDonald, the President of OSI, was born in Iowa. He went to college with the intention of pursing a career in wildlife studies, earning a degree in Animal Science. Beginning as a project manager at OSI Group, he quickly moved up the corporate ladder and earned his position as President of OSI Group.

McDonald, in an interview, promised that in the future, his company will continue to bring the best product to their customers. “We will adapt to the changing business environment and will listen to the needs of our customers,” said McDonald.