Osem is founded – a consolidation of noodle factories in the Land of Israel.
The first factory of Osem is established in Bnei Brak (operated until 2002).
A soup factory is established on the grounds of the Bnei Brak factory.
Osem initiates export activities and establishes Osem UK in London.
The snack factory in Holon is founded and Bamba is born.
Penetration of a new category – baked goods, by acquiring Lachmenou T-A Mifalei Afia Ltd.
The pasta and baked goods factory is established in Yokneam.
Land is acquired in Petach Tikva on which the headquarters, a sauces and ketchup factory and the central distribution warehouse of the Group are erected.
Acquisition of the companies of Frumin Group, including its factories in Bnei Brak and Sderot.
Osem purchases the Argal Bakery Shop Ltd. for the production of elongated filled cookies (argaliot), taking over its industrial activities and brand name.
A new automated soup factory is established in Sderot.
Osem becomes a public company – 25% of its shares are listed for trade on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Osem joins a partnership in Migdanot Habait, a cake factory.
The Agreement with Nestle is Signed
Nestle exercises the option that was granted to it and acquires 10% of the shares in Osem Group.
A partnership is established with Tnuva for the production and marketing of Nestle ice creams under the Motta brand name (Tene Noga) and control is acquired in Sabra Salads.
Nestle increases its holdings in Osem Group to 47%.
Osem Group increases it share in Tivall to 51%.
Nestle increases its holdings in Osem Group to 50.1%.
Establishment of Nestle’s global center for the research and development of snacks on the grounds of Osem’s Sderot factory and merger of the activity of the Bnei Brak factory into the Sderot factory.
Acquisition of full control in Beit Hashita factory and acquisition of Tnuva’s share in Nestle Ice Creams.
Establishment of Osem Trade Group, which incorporates the overall sales activities of the Group.
Transition to a division-based structure in Osem and the creation of three divisions: Culinary, Baked Goods and Beverages, and Snacks and Breakfast Cereals.
The Sabra factory moves into its new premises in Kiryat Gat and the activity of Ugot Habait (“Homemade Cakes”) factory is relocated from Carmiel to the Yokneam factory.
Planning and commencement of construction of the Logistics Center and the new headquarters building at the Shoham Site in the Modi’in Region.
Inauguration of Osem’s Shoham Campus that incorporates the largest and most advanced logistics center in the Middle East and the Group’s headquarters building.
The Globe Project is launched and the UK company, Yarden, is acquired.
Gaining a foothold in the infant nutrition sector by acquiring 51% of the operations of Materna.
Nestle increases its holdings in Osem Group to 63.7%.