USGLC Honors American Innovator For ‘Miracle Food’ That Can Beat Malnutrition

A U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) blog post honors Mark Moore, founder of MANA Nutrition. MANA (Mother Administered Nutritive Aid) is a ready-to-use therapeutic food that “[a]t around 500 calories per packet, three servings a day of this powerful peanut paste, for six to eight weeks can bring a child back from the brink of starvation. … [MANA] has become a major player in the battle to prevent child deaths due to severe acute malnutrition…” (Chang, 4/24).

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