Biofortification

BIOFORTIFICATION

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Iron-biofortified beans improved iron status and physical performance of iron-deficient Rwandan women, enhancing their ability to perform typical daily activities
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Brief presents latest research evidence, implementation lessons learned on how biofortification can contribute to improved food systems and public health for all.
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Little is known about what happens after a development project ends. We returned to communities that participated in a project to increase vitamin A intake, three years after it concluded.
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“Hidden hunger,” or micronutrient deficiency, affects a large section of the Indian population, as it does in many developing countries. Biofortified staples can help improve diets.
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On May 23, HarvestPlus announced a major new commitment by the government of the United Kingdom to support research in biofortified
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Arun Baral will be the next Chief Executive Officer of HarvestPlus, the global program has announced. Currently serving as CFO,
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More than 17 percent of people globally lack sufficient zinc in their diets. Deficiencies in this essential micronutrient contribute to
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A study recently published in the Journal of Nutrition provides evidence biofortified high-iron pearl millet can stem the deleterious ripple effect
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The African Development Bank welcomes HarvestPlus founder Howarth Bouis to the African Leaders for Nutrition (ALN) initiative, to address the pervasive challenge