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Sabinsa: Jeff Lind and Jim Cudahy

October 7, 2008

Sabinsa:
appointed Jeff Lind as the company’s chief executive officer, overseeing all operational aspects including supply chain and purchasing management, as well as financial expenditures. He has more than 17 years of business experience, including leadership roles in sales and marketing, corporate finance, supply chain and risk management. Most recently, Mr. Lind served as the director of marketing and sales for a leading nutritional company.

The company also recently welcomed Jim Cudahy as president, responsible for managing day‐to‐day operations of both the New Jersey and Utah offices and leading efforts to achieve long‐term goals of continued growth and expansion, specifically for the company’s new full‐service contract manufacturing division. Mr. Cudahy has more than 26 years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry, working for several Fortune 100 companies in the food space including Kraft and Kellogg.
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