Senegal’s Salt Queen Tastes Success In A Man’s World

www.oann.com | 5/15/2019 | Staff
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FATICK, Senegal (Reuters) – Marie Diouf has built a business gathering salt from marshland she bought in Senegal, succeeding in a trade where most marsh owners are men and earning her the nickname “Salt Queen”.

Diouf, 35, began her venture a decade ago, investing her savings to buy her own salt flats in Fatick, one of the West African nation’s biggest salt mining regions.

Twist - Product - Iodine - Brain - Development

But there’s a twist to the product she sells because she adds iodine, which helps brain development in young children. Most locally produced salt lacks the chemical. Canadian-based NGO Nutrition International trained Diouf...
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