U.K. Supports Food Fortification Program In Pakistan To Stem Malnutrition

The Guardian: Pakistan fights devastating malnutrition with mass food-fortifying program
“A new program of fortification of everyday foods such as bread and oil is being rolled out in Pakistan in an attempt to tackle chronic and widespread malnutrition. The food fortification program, which is backed with $48m (£36m) of funding from the U.K.’s Department for International Development (DfID), will see nutrients added directly to wheat flour, edible oils, and ghee at source in mills and factories…” (Grant, 9/16).

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