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How A Former Food Executive Is Selling Salt To Tackle Disease In Haiti

When Jim Reimer was about to retire in 2012 from his career with the global food and agriculture company Cargill, he knew that he wanted to do something useful with his time. Reimer led salt operations in Latin America for the Minneapolis-based multinational. When his retirement date drew nearer, he placed a series of calls to business contacts to inform them that he would be leaving the company.
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