Sheldon Lavin became the CEO of OSI group McDonalds in 1975 when they had grown to size in Pace with McDonald’s but we’re in need of a global CEO who knew how to navigate the international waters. The company started out as Auto & Sons, a group of small German immigrants in Chicago who produced meat, but have now grown into an international organization with 20,000 employees in 17 different countries. The company has recently been focused on sustainability and ecological efforts to maintain the longevity of their company while providing less of an impact to the community. They are focused on reducing waste, renewing trees, and cleaning Global water conditions. OSI Group McDonalds has won many awards recently including the globe of Honor awards from the UK’s Safety Council, the California green business certificate, and the North American Meat Institute environmental award. On top of all of this, they have a CEO with a heart of gold to match they’re sustainable efforts. Sheldon Lavin is a great philanthropist in the city of Chicago by being a member of the Jewish United Fund, the Boys & Girls Club, the inner city fund, and a donator of the United Negro College Fund and Goodman Theatre.
OSI Group McDonalds is ranked number 63 on the Forbes list of wealthiest private companies, with an annual income of 6.1 billion dollars. They serve meat products like fish, poultry, pork, meat patties, bacon, pizza, and even vegetable products. In Europe they have created the OSI Animal Welfare program to focus on increasing the health of chickens; In Taiwan they are focused on reusing their wastewater. In Vietnam they have also offered training for animal welfare officers to ensure that they are better suited for the job and focused on sustainability. With all of these efforts, OSI Group McDonalds is becoming a much greener Forbes Top 100 company and creating a legacy which everyone can be proud of.
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