Why would Jim Olsen, the newly seated president of Food Industry Association Executives, move from the largely pro-business confines of the Utah Food Industry Association into the maelstrom of political activity nationwide? It's his nature to accept more challenges: Olsen pilots Cessna, Beechcraft and Diamond airplanes, and he drives a BMW R1200RT motorcycle these days — all pursuits that require quick reactions, quick thinking and systematic checklists to safely maximize performance — ...

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