OSI Group has made a purchase that they hope will help their company continue to grow and continue to deliver its customers some of the best food processing services in the food industry. The company has purchased a former Tyson Foods plant in Chicago, Illinois. The food plant is a large food processing facility and food storage warehouse and it is located near another OSI Group food processing plant in Geneva, Illinois. In addition to buying the former Tyson Foods plant, the company also hired many of the workers who lost their jobs when the Tyson Foods plant closed.

OSI Group is based in Aurora, Illinois and it is one of the biggest food processing plants in the food industry. The have a number of plants in a number of states. They have food processing plants in Illinois, Wisconsin, Utah, and California. They have a reputation in the food industry for delivering high-quality food services to their customers. They deliver a variety of food services to their customers including the processing of pork products, beef products, poultry products, snack products, and fruit and vegetable products. Some of the products that OSI Group processes include bacon, hot dogs, fish, meatballs, and meatloaf. They also work with poultry products such as poultry strips, breaded poultry, patties, and nuggets. The company also processes turkey products and pizza products.

People who may be interested in working at OSI Group may find employment information on the company’s website. OSI Group strives to hire people who have an interest in working in the food industry. They want to hire workers who are hard workers and they want to hire workers who want to help make OSI Group a company that is known for delivering high-quality food processing services to their customers.

The company intends the newly acquired food plant in Chicago to help them expand their business. OSI Group also intends the plant to help them continue to provide high-quality food processing services to their customers.

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