Saturday August 8, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Michael Carey

After selling biscuit and jam maker Jacob Fruitfield to Valeo in 2011, Michael Carey has been keeping busy, not least with his work in Haiti, writes Philip Connolly.

3rd February, 2013
'You can't get that sort of a buzz from doing normal business in Europe.'

Michael Carey

**Roles:** founder and chairman of The Company of Food, chairman of Bord Bia, chairman of the Soul of Haiti Foundation and chairman of Traidlinks

**Family:** wife, Alison Cowzer, and two children (Seana and Tara)

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