The epidemic of food shortages has come to a high point in eastern countries. There have been reports of tainted food and not enough to eat across Asia and South America. There are many citizens who love to eat chicken and they have not been able to find a safe source for their favorite meal. The reports of poultry illnesses can be linked to companies selling expired meat and tainted meat. These local companies do not have the capacity to produce a safe product for people to eat so they resort to purchasing products from shady distributors and untrustworthy farmers. The end result is often threatening to peoples’ health. OSI Food Solutions has stepped in to stop this problem.
In a recent purchase and investment, OSI Food Solutions has improved their capacity to produce chicken and meat for the world. These expansion projects come after a wave of demand for chicken and reports of people getting sick from inferior products. OSI Food Solutions values their customer base and place public health at the top of their list of priorities. The expansions in their Spain facility are the direct result of a professional team of scientists and experts examining datasets to determine the demand for chicken. They found the demand has risen more than 3% in the last year and it was on a steady trend of rising 8% every year for the last ten years. Those numbers are staggering!
With demand for chicken on the rise and no end in sight, OSI Food Solutions prepared their facilities to meet the demand head on. They have included a team of food safety specialists in every facility and have created a plan to examine each piece of meat before it goes out for consumption. Their production capacity has more than doubled thanks to the advances in each facility. OSI Food Solutions has been the world’s number one producer of chicken for years, and now they are comfortably in the lead when it comes to safety of production. The products that they prepare for human consumption will be the answer for sickness and they will make the world safe for chicken consumption.