David McDonald is the current COO as well as the President of OSI Organization, a Limited Liability Company. He is the OSI Group’s Project manager and Chairs the North American Meat Institution. David is also a freelance Director for the Marfrig Foods Globally in S.A. He is a member of the board among his different titles in OSI Group and in OSI International which is situated in Australia as the Director. David McDonald is a Bachelor of Science degree holder in Animals from the Iowa State University in 1987.
The OSI International Foods, placed in Australia, closed a merger deal with Turi Foods operations in Australia and rebranded as Turosi Pty Limited. This collaboration that was effected as from 4th May 2018 will make an immense strategic partnership that is going to empower Turosi in the delivery of a maximum variety of food solutions in the food industry. The merger supplements the remarkable OSI brand with current food brands of Bannockburn, Colonial farm, La Ionica, and Golden Farms.
Turi Foods is an organization that is situated in Thomastown, family owned with strategically placed plants all over Victoria. They are among the biggest Australia’s Poultry processors, supplying major general stores, specialty chicken retailers, roast chicken outlets, quick service hotels, and butchery shops.
Under the leadership of David McDonald and Sam Cuteri, the Chairman of Turi Foods, it was confirmed that a common possession would empower the association whose practices are comparative, to share their skills and create a world-class food solution organization. The Chairman of Turi was eager in the unification of the two devoted teams.
OSI International Foods which is in Australia, supplies essential food service markets, retail outlets, and quick service restaurants over Asia Pacific area with food solutions over a variety of proteins. David McDonald, during the announcement of the merger, said that the two organizations have both built strong reputed companies with the clients they currently serve. He added that they see great possibilities in serving their clients with innovative, fresh methods and also provide them with a variety of opportunities for their corresponding teams to the benefit of Turosi.
OSI and the Turi Foods will proceed with their operations in their different stations in the outskirts of Thomastown as well as Geelong in Victoria, but more processed foods will still be processed at Broadmeadows, Eagle Farm, Victoria, Blacktown and Queensland New South Wales as well as the various farming operations in the State of Victoria.
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