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March 5, 2008

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Cargill Supports Heart Health and Education

WAYZATA, Minn.—Cargill (Cargill.com) is donating $77,500 to the American Heart Association( AHA), a national organization that works to educate the public on heart health and heart disease prevention. Cargill’s gift will be used to help fund “Go Red for Women” educational seminars for the third consecutive year. AHA’s “Go Red for Women” campaign aims to raise awareness that heart disease is the number one killer of women, and strives to motivate women to take charge of their heart health. 

“We use these seminars to introduce women to cholesterol-lowering food options,” said Alicia Gordon, Go Red for Women director, AHA, Midwest Affiliate. “Thanks to gifts like Cargill’s, we can make a real difference in women’s health, and hopefully save some lives.”

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