Mass fortification is generally the best option when the majority of the population has an unacceptable public health risk of being deficient in specific micronutrients. Food fortification can take several forms. It is possible to fortify foods that are widely consumed by the general population (mass fortification) or ones for population subgroups (focused fortification), such as complementary foods for preschool or younger children or for displaced populations (targeted fortification).
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