One of the most popular beverages on earth is coffee. This hot beverage has experienced a revolution over the past 20 years thanks to a diversification of the product. Sipping coffee has manifested into a culture, and the Northwest region of the United States is one of the hotspots. This particular region of the globe has a profound history of producing a variety of coffee blends, and Organo Gold is no exception to the rule. This company was co-founded by a guy named Bernardo Chua, and it has been around since 2008. Organo Gold produces a plethora of hot liquid products, including green tea, hot cocoa, red tea, black-gourmet coffee, café supreme, café late and black ice.
The area from Northern California to just north of Vancouver, British Columbia, has a rich culture in coffee production. Some of the largest names in the field has come from this distinct area, including Tully’s, Starbucks and Seattle’s Best. On the other hand, there is a myriad of tiny coffee houses and small coffee shops that stretch out for over 100 miles. Just about every known blend to mankind can be tasted here. The high-profile chains of today has brought more attention to the area, but the coffee culture has existed long before the invention of these prominent businesses. Aficionados already know that less prominent coffee shops tend to have some of the best tasting coffee.
Organo Gold takes coffee very seriously. The coffee’s main ingredient can help strengthen the immune system as well as support the digestive system. Ganoderma lucidum is the weapon of choice, and this fungus is a super herb that energizes the body. This herb is so important to where the company has invested in building a gano-herb industrial park that costed up to $240 million.
OSI Groups boasts of over 100 years in the food processing innovation business. The OSI Group is one of the largest and well-connected food providers across the globe. The OSI Group has over 20,000 workers with 65 facilities that are spread across the 17 countries. The presence of OSI Group is heightened with the cutting-edge innovation and technology in play through its acting CEO David McDonald. Acting head, David was born in Iowa. His career started off after graduating with a degree in animal science. The roots of David McDonald can be traced from the OSI Group where he started off as a project manager. Previously, he held the post as chairman of the North American Meat Institute. His journey to the top has been characterized by hard work and a mind for innovation.
Through the 30 years that David has stayed at OSI Group, he has strived in the delivery of quality products and services to the customers. Since the nature of the business environment is ever-changing, David McDonald has held to par the firm with the logistics team maintaining the evolving market. Another previous expansion of the OSI Group came with the purchase of Baho Foods. The Dutch firm specialized in the processing of deli meat and other related foods. The acquisition saw the OSI Group mark their presence in the European market. This was closely followed with the purchase of the newly rebranded Creative Foods Europe.
The expansion coincides with the exponential growth of the firm and the services offered, With a presence in China and Europe, David McDonalds sees this as the next move for the firm to explore different markets. The tenure under David McDonald has seen the establishment of ten Chinese facilities which deal in the line of poultry products. The firm’s history with McDonald’s chains of restaurants dates back decades ago. The OSI Group has maintained a mutually beneficial relationship as one of their top suppliers. The firm has also collected a couple of accolades such as the California Green Business Award from the environmental impacts on modern food production. The success of the OSI Group according to CEO David McDonald lies with the technological innovations and strong customer relations.
The CEO of Papa John’s recently apologized for the racial comments made by another member of the Papa John’s team. Steve Ritchie apologized via a letter on the Papa John’s website. It took 2 times to make the apology correct and sound like he truly meant it.
Mr. Ritchie made the formal apology the second time around. The first time around, he omitted the apology. When he made the second attempt at the letter, he also should true empathy and understanding of the situation.
When Steve Ritchie made the letter he did so stating there would be changes made within the company starting from this day forward. These changes include members of senior management going around to the individual stores and getting feedback from the staff at these stores. This feedback will then be given to Ritchie.
Steve Ritchie intends to make it his mission to oversee these changes. At the end of the day, Papa John’s is a company of 120,000, not a company of one. Papa John’s will overcome the public’s scrutiny and work past this incident. There are many people0 120,000, who are counting on Ritchie to make an excellent impression on the public and to change Papa John’s for the better.
Steve Ritchie has been with Papa John’s for more than 20 years. He has recently taken over as the CEO of the company. Ritchie intends on making the company stronger and better than before. There will be more inclusiveness in the works from here on out.
Ritchie should have apologized for any offensive language used by members of the Papa John’s team. The company is not above anyone, including its founder. The company is no different than any other company in the US. At the end of the day when Papa John’s overcomes this incident we, the public and members of the community who order Papa John’s, will be extremely proud of Steve Ritchie for standing up for what he believes in.
The comments made by members of Papa John’s team were not in the views of Steve Ritchie. He made this clear in his public apology.