Prioritizing Food Fortification Can Help Address Micronutrient Deficiencies, Gates Foundation Director Of Nutrition Says

Devex: Gates: Promoting the invisible intervention
“Food fortification is an invisible intervention — both literally and often in the way it is viewed by the public and both national and global decision-makers. … But there are several key steps that can be taken to help elevate the profile of food fortification and help better address micronutrient deficiencies, Shawn Baker, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s director of nutrition, said in an interview at the 2015 European Development Days event earlier this month…” (Saldinger, 6/24).

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