Food fortification

Fortification of centrally-processed staple foods is a process to reach large sections of a country’s population with iron, folic acid, and other alternative essential micronutrients. Adding micronutrients to common staple foods will considerable improve biological quality of the food and improve public health with minimal risk.

 

Fortification of centrally-processed staple foods is a process to reach large sections of a country’s population with iron, folic acid, and other alternative essential micronutrients. Adding micronutrients to common staple foods will considerable improve biological quality of the food and improve public health with minimal risk.

 

  • Grain Fortification
  • Oil Fortification

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